Dr Jim Wilking is Assistant Professor of Chemical and Biological Engineering at Montana State University. He moved to Montana in November 2013 from a postdoctoral position in the Weitzlab at Harvard University. In May 2015, he was awarded the NSF Young Investigator CAREER Award.
The Wilking Lab hosts a diverse range of projects, including pioneering work on the physics of soft materials – critical interdisciplinary efforts that combine physics, engineering, chemistry and mathematics. Lab members enjoy access to state-of-the art microscopy, 3D printing, high-speed photography and collaborations with other departments at MSU.
Check out their new website at www.wilkinglab.com