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NIH-funded Postdoc on Imaging-Informed Computational Modeling of the Eye

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The Grytz Lab seeks a Post-doctoral fellow for imaging-informed computational modeling of the eye. This position is funded from a recently awarded NIH/NEI R01 grant. The candidate will participate in developing personalized finite element models that combine patient-specific morphology and biomechanical property inputs from in vivo imaging using optical coherence tomography to advance personalized medicine in the eye

Strong knowledge of the nonlinear FE method is required. Previous familiarity with the eye and ocular biomechanics would be a major plus but not required. Complimentary areas of expertise are welcome in inverse FE modeling, continuum mechanics, statistical methods in FE analysis, multi-scale constitutive modeling, computational growth and remodeling simulations, and software experience with Abaqus, CalculiX, and MATLAB. Proven ability to work as part of a diverse team and contribute to a positive lab culture and to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing.

Interested applicants should send the following items to (i) a cover letter outlining relevant experience; (ii) two representative publications; (iii) the names and contact details of 3 referees; (iv) a complete CV.

The University of Alabama at Birmingham is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer.

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