Jay Paek is interested in developing microphysiological systems based on organ-on-a-chip and organoid technologies to study disease processes in the human respiratory and vascular systems. Previously, he was a research associate in the Department of Bioengineering at University of Pennsylvania, where he worked on in vitro modeling of human tissues and organs.
Prior to his postdoctoral work, Paek received his PhD in electrical engineering from Iowa State University, with his primary research centered on the design, fabrication and application of bio-inspired elastomeric microsystems. He is currently an assistant professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Binghamton University (State University of New York).
- Postdoc training: University of Pennsylvania
- PhD: Iowa State University
- Human organ-on-a-chip and organoid
- BioMEMs and soft robotics
- Microfabrication and biofabrication
- Bio-optics and optofluidics
- Bio-inspired engineering
- Microphysiological system (human organ-on-a-chip)
- Tissue engineering
- MEMS and soft-robotics
- Wearable and implantable electronics