The Protein NanoEngineering Group
Welcome to the website of the Laboratory of Dr. Won Min Park in the Tim Taylor Department of Chemical Engineering at the Kansas State University. We are an interdisciplinary team of engineers and scientists working on protein nanomaterials. Our goal is to solve engineering problems in biological systems at the nanoscale by developing next-generation protein nanomaterials that display novel structural, physical, and biological properties. To achieve it, we strategically harness exciting features of natural or synthetic protein domains into nanomaterial design.
We are looking for highly motivated graduate and undergraduate students. Open positions are available, and if you want to hear more about projects, please contact Dr. Park at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr. Park gives an invited seminar in Human Tech Convergence Program International E-Symposium at Hanyang University.
Dr. Park's NSF CAREER Award is highlighted at K-State News and K-State Engineering YouTube Channel .
Dr. Park gives an invited seminar in the Biochemistry and Molecular Biophysics Department at K-State.
Mohamad is recognized as the Graduate Student of the Month in January 2023.
Collaboration paper with Kim lab (UNT) published in Materials.
Carolina Reyes and Alex Kuckelman join the lab. Welcome!