TTU Bio Physics group is working on a variety of biological physics problems such
as membrane cholesterol organizations, lipid rafts, protein folding, and cellular
mechanics related with adhesion, microrheology, and motility. Our group has major
fabrication, spectroscopy, imaging and computation facilities to study a multitude
of biological systems ranging from single Alzheimer peptide, fingerprints, quantum
dots, lipid superlattices, liposomes, organic functionalized mesoporous silica and
Our results will provide fundamental knowledge of the physics underlying the function-structure-dynamics
relationship of cell membranes and proteins, neuroscience, protein aggregation diseases,
heart diseases, ultra-sensitive chemical sensors and cellular mechanotransduction
for modern tissue engineering.
Currently, our group has several PhD students and undergraduate students.
Huang's Lab :: Biophysics of Lipid Membrane and Application