Kevin Cash’s Research
Assistant Professor Kevin Cash’s research focuses on developing molecular probes and sensor technologies in the biomedical field.
Using nanosensors as a platform, his lab’s research is focused on three key projects to advance this field:
- Develop the approaches to better control nanosensor function and understand how to adapt nanosensors to measuring in the complicated physiological systems.
- Use next generation imaging properties and tools to enable function in vivo through the reduction or elimination of biological background signals.
- Develop nanosensors for improved imaging in complex microbial communities (medical bacterial biofilms & environmental microbial consortia).
Kevin Cash teaches the highly acclaimed undergraduate course: Introduction to Brewing Science. He also recently received a 2020 NSF CAREER award.
More information about Dr. Cash can be found on his faculty page.
To learn more about Dr. Cash’s research group, visit https://cashlab.org/.
“Dr. Cash is definitely a great mentor. So far he has pushed me to become a better scientist and problem solver while also introducing me to all kinds of opportunities outside the university – things like fellowship options and virtual conferences.”