Li-Heng Cai (蔡历恒)
Advisor: Prof. David A. Weitz
School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
Cambridge, MA 02138
Curriculum Vitae: [pdf]
Ph.D. in Applied Sciences and Engineering, May 2012
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Dissertation: Structure and Function of Airway Surface Layer of the Human Lungs
& Mobility of Probe Particles in Complex Fluids
Advisor: Michael Rubinstein
B.S. in Physics, July 2006
Lanzhou University, China
Graduated with honors
Advisors: Fa-Shen Li & De-Sheng Xue
Currently I am postdoctoral fellow working Prof. David A. Weitz in School of Applied Science and Engineering at Harvard University.
I obtained my Ph.D. with Prof. Michael Rubinstein in Department of Chemistry at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in May, 2012. After that I spent one year as a postdoctoral researcher in Rubinstein Lab.
I research in microfluidics, bio-gels, polymeric materials, polymer physics, and pericellular matrix.