Designation/Position- Postdoctoral Fellow
University of Central Florida (Orlando, FL) invites application for postdoctoral fellow position from eligible and interested candidates
About- Dr. Rajaraman has extensive industrial and academic experience in BioMEMS and nanobiosensors. The lab is dedicated to the advancement of the state of the art in biological micro/nanofabrication technologies. Research group goal is to utilize our knowledge and expertise in micro/nanofabrication technologies and apply these techniques to develop devices for the advancement of human health and personalized medicine. We develop non-traditional (Polymer, Metal, Paper, Biomaterials etc.) micro/nanofabrication methods and platform technologies as well silicon and glass based traditional technologies. Research into packaging methodologies is complimentary to research into biological micro/nanofabrication and we work on novel packaging methodologies for the assembly of our biological devices.
Research/Job Area- Electrical, Mechanical, Biomedical Engineering or
Chemistry and Physics
Location- University of Central Florida (Orlando, FL), USA
Eligibility/Qualification– Ph.D. (Electrical, Mechanical, Biomedical Engineering or
Chemistry and Physics potentially) from an accredited institution. Expertise in MEMS
fabrication technology is essential, and experience with BioMEMS structures and
materials will be useful. The candidate must be highly motivated and ready to take on
fabrication, characterization and instrumentation set up challenges as well as act as a
mentor to new graduate and undergraduate students.
Job/Position Description- The NanoBioSensors and Systems Lab at the University of Central Florida (Orlando, FL) invites applications for an immediate postdoctoral fellow opening in the development of cell-based biosensors. This position will be the main architect of a new lab and will work on developing manufacturable micro/nanofabrication processes with emphasis on non-traditional fabrication approaches such as Screen Printing, Micromilling, 3D Printing, Laser Micromachining etc., toward the creation of cell-based biosensor arrays such as Microelectrode Arrays (MEAs), implantable shank probes, impedance arrays, microfluidic arrays, strain sensors, stretchable sensors etc.
How to Apply- To apply for this postdoctoral fellow Position, please send a single pdf file with your CV (including publications), copies of up to three relevant papers, contact information for three references, and a one-page cover letter to [email protected] This is a one-year appointment with
the possibility of renewal.
Last Date for Apply– Till position filled