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Postdoc opening in 3D printing of biomedical implants at Johns Hopkins University
Immediate opening for a postdoctoral fellow to work on 3D printing of biomedical implants such as vascular conduits. The project involves design and development of processes to print biocompatible materials with shape change properties. These constructs will be characterized using conventional soft-material techniques and their interactions with cells and biological fluids will be investigated.
We are seeking highly motivated and well-published researchers with excellent oral and written communication skills. Please, visit our lab websites to learn more about our research groups. Interdisciplinary experience in one or more aspects of 3D printing, design and testing of biomedical implants and soft-materials processing and characterization is a plus.
Postdoctoral fellows will have a unique opportunity to do interdisciplinary research at the interface of engineering and medicine and publish their results in high impact journals. Research will be carried out in collaboration with the labs of Prof. David Gracias and Prof. Sung Hoon Kang in the Johns Hopkins Whiting School of Engineering, and Prof. Lewis Romer and Prof. Narutoshi Hibino in the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.
If interested, please send a curriculum vitae to Prof. Kang (firstname.lastname@example.org) by e-mail for consideration.
Due to the large volume of applications, we will contact only those selected for next steps. Thank you for understanding.