• The Gill Lab

  • Gold nanoparticles
    Gold nanoparticles as a novel
    platform for development and
    delivery of influenza vaccines.
    (Image Credit: Wenqian Tao)
  • Confocal image of pollens
    Plant pollens and spores as
    a novel platform for oral
    delivery of vaccines.
    (Image Credit: Yunzhe Ma)
  • Microneedle array
    Painless microneedles for
    vaccine and drug delivery to various
    tissues of the human body.
    (Image Credit: Harvinder Gill)
  • SEM of pollens
    Plant pollens and spores as
    a novel platform for oral
    delivery of vaccines.
    (Image Credit: Jasim Uddin)
  • Oral cavity histology
    Microneedles for local delivery
    of cancer medications to
    oral cavity for management of
    oro-pharyngeal tumors.
    (Image Credit: Yunzhe Ma)

Positions

Postdoctoral fellows

Our research is interdisciplinary in nature and we welcome candidates with experience in drug delivery, vaccine delivery, influenza vaccines, immunology, and mucosal vaccination and immunology. If you are interested in joining the Gill laboratory, please email your CV and a brief statement of research interest to Dr. Gill (harvinder.gill@ttu.edu).



Graduate students

Students interested in pursuing a PhD in chemical engineering should apply directly to the graduate program of the Department of Chemical Engineering at TTU. Highly motivated students with a very strong desire to work in the Gill laboratory may email their CV and a brief statement of research directly to Dr. Gill.



Undergraduate students

Undergraduate students interested in doing research in the Gill laboratory should email their CV and a brief statement of purpose to Dr. Gill (harvinder.gill@ttu.edu). The students need to be highly motivated. Typically the first semester of research is through course credit.




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