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Cell Mechanics Postdoc Position Available in the Franck Lab at Wisconsin

Postdoc Position Available in the Franck Lab

 

Effective Sept 1, I am looking to fill 1-2 postdoc position in the general area of 3D cell mechanics. 

Candidates should have a strong background in solid mechanics, preferably experimental, with an interest in learning innovative techniques in experimental mechanics including digital volume correlation, 3D Traction Force Microscopy, 3D confocal, multiphoton and Super resolution imaging. 

 

 

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Postdoctoral Fellow/Research Associate –Using Biomechanics to Predict Vision Loss Progression– National University of Singapore

Job description: We are looking for a bright, dynamic, and highly motivated individual to perform research in biomechanics with applications to ophthalmology. For more information about our Laboratory, please visit: http://www.bioeng.nus.edu.sg/ivb/. This is a project in collaboration with clinicians from the Singapore Eye Research Institute (top 5 eye institute worldwide) and from Moorfields Eye Hospital, London, UK (biggest eye hospital worldwide).

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Research Associate/Postdoctoral Fellow - In Vivo Corneal Biomechanics - National University of Singapore [POSITION FILLED]

Job description: We are looking for a smart, dynamic, and highly motivated individual with a PhD to perform groundbreaking research in biomechanics with applications to ophthalmology. We are currently developing engineering tools for the diagnosis and therapy of ocular disorders (e.g. glaucoma and myopia). For more information regarding our In Vivo Biomechanics Laboratory, please visit http://www.bioeng.nus.edu.sg/ivb.

Matlab-based Digital Image and Volume Correlation Simulators

Hi,

I just posted a Matlab-GUI easy-to-use DIC and DVC simulator tool on our website (franck.engin.brown.edu) for download for anyone that works with DIC or DVC. The purpose of these simulators is to simulate deformation fields based on a user provided image (2D) or volume (3D), and evaluate the correlation results with the analytical solutions to provide quantitative feedback on the "goodness" of the provided images for DIC or DVC purposes.

Feel free to use them for research, teaching, etc. We welcome any suggestions for improvements, etc.

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