Postdoc Kee Scholten receives Mistletoe Research Fellowship

BME congrats postdoctoral scholar Kee Scholten who has been selected for a 2018-2019 Mistletoe Research Fellowship. Scholten was chosen for one of 36 positions from a pool of 300 applications.

Launched in 2018, the Mistletoe Research Fellowship is a professional development program that awards research grants to postdoctoral fellows and advanced PhD candidates as well as provides opportunities to collaborate with startups with a high potential for social and humanitarian impact.

Kee graduated from Caltech in May 2009 with a BS in Applied Physics. He completed his PhD in Applied Physics at the University of Michigan under Professor Edward Zellers in 2014, with a focus on opto/microfluidic sensors for gas-phase micro-devices. His research interests are in microfluidic sensors, and the synthesis of microfabricated devices with nanoscale structures. Currently, he is a member of the USC Biomedical Microsystems Laboratory.

Well done, Kee!!

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