The Khan Lab at the University of Southern California focuses on sensors and systems for precision health and psychiatry. We are part of the USC Institute for Technology and Medical Systems (ITEMS), a joint Keck-Viterbi initiative on medical devices, with presence in both USC Viterbi School of Engineering and Keck School of Medicine of USC. Our vision is to make medical devices accessible to everyone ✋🏻✋🏼✋🏽✋🏾✋🏿. Please check our publications page for our recent research progress.
Open Positions ✨ Prospective students and postdocs: If you want to work on exciting bioelectronics and medical devices at the intersection of engineering and medicine, please feel free to reach out to Prof. Khan. We are looking for candidates with experience and interests in additive manufacturing, flexible and stretchable electronics, bioelectronics, sensors, embedded systems, and hardware AI.
We are grateful for funding from all the funding agencies and institutions that supported our research.
|Aug 12, 2021||Khan Lab website is now live at ykhan.com|
|Jun 12, 2021||I am thrilled to announce that I will be joining the University of Southern California as an Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, starting January 2022|
|Apr 26, 2021||Review paper on stress markers for mental states in Chronic Stress|
|Jan 21, 2021||Preprint on design considerations of wearables for mental health and in bioRxiv|
|Dec 21, 2020||Paper on AI-enabled flexible EMG array in Nature Electronics|
|Oct 30, 2020||I am giving a talk on oximeter and ventilators at Dartmouth's Jones Seminar|
|Sep 1, 2020||I am giving a talk on non-invasive ventilators at UCSF's Innovators Forum|
|Jul 24, 2020||Paper on potentiometric mechanotransduction in Science Advances|
|May 27, 2020||I am giving a talk on non-invasive ventilators at Stanford's Wearable Electronics seminar series|
|May 27, 2020||Preprint on non-invasive ventilator in arXiv|
|Mar 6, 2020||Paper on ambient light oximeter in Advanced Materials Technologies|
|Jan 15, 2020||Paper on scalable fabrication of high-performance pressure sensors in Advanced Electronic Materials|
|Nov 19, 2019||Review paper on flexible hybrid electronics in Advanced Materials|
|Sep 6, 2019||Paper on reflectance PPG sensor design and redundancy in IEEE Access|
|Jun 25, 2019||Invited talk at Stanford's Wearable Electronics seminar series|