Welcome to the Hammond Lab. The Hammond research group at the MIT Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research focuses on the self-assembly of polymeric nanomaterials, with a major emphasis on the use of electrostatics and other complementary interactions to generate multifunctional materials with highly controlled architecture. The uniting theme of the lab - the understanding and use of secondary interactions to guide materials assembly at surfaces and in solution.


We currently have an opening for a postdoctoral associate - please see the "Open Positions" page for more details.