Two postdoctoral fellow positions are available in the Lu DigiPharma Lab (https://www.lu-lab.net/). Applicants are expected to have an excellent track record with expertise in at least one and preferably multiple areas including biomolecular engineering, cancer immunology, micro/nano fabrication, biomaterials, quantitative microscopy and computational biology. One of the positions will focus on the integration of spatial omics and pharmaceutics, and the other will focus on single extracellular vesicle profiling and its applications in diagnostics and drug delivery. Applicants with an interest in microfluidics-enabled health monitoring devices are also encouraged to apply.
The qualified candidates must have a Ph.D. degree in Engineering, Chemistry, Pharmaceutical Science, Medicine, Biological Science, Biochemistry or a closely related discipline. We seek applicants who are highly motivated, open-minded, creative, intellectually curious, and have a passion for translational medicine. Those interested should contact Prof. Lu ( email@example.com, please reference “postdoc application” in the subject line) with a single PDF file containing a cover letter briefly describing research interests and accomplishments, a CV with a complete list of publications and copies of up to three relevant papers, and names of at least three references.
Application Deadline: Applications will be accepted until the positions are filled.
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