July 8, 2022
Postdoc Positions in Cancer Tissue Engineering, Cell Therapy, and Bioinformatics
The Singh lab at Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech) seeks highly motivated Ph.D. professionals for postdoc positions in Cancer Tissue Engineering, Cell Therapy, and Bioinformatics. The positions are fully funded. We are considering applicants with a Ph.D. degree with experience in standard and specialized laboratory skills from a wide range of areas, including but not limited to biomaterials, cell and tissue engineering, immunology, microfluidics, cell therapy, cancer biology, and bioinformatics. Candidates are expected to lead research, write and publish manuscripts, and present at scientific meetings. The “Immunotherapy and Cell Engineering Laboratory” is located in the Parker H. Petit Institute for Bioengineering & Bioscience (IBB), a hub for interdisciplinary research at Georgia Tech. Details about our lab research, people, lab values, and fun activities can be found at https://singhlab.bme.gatech.edu/
Georgia Tech offers a comprehensive benefits package designed to meet the diverse needs of our employees (https://ohr.gatech.edu/benefits). Interested candidates should email their CV to Prof. Ankur Singh at email@example.com. The Postdoc will have the opportunity to work closely with collaborators at Georgia Tech and Emory Medicine.
Join Us For:
- Cutting Edge and Innovative Science
- Excellent Work-Life Balance – ask us in interview how we do it!
- Multi-cultural, Diverse, International Team
- Competitive Salary, Comprehensive Benefits, Low Cost of Living in Atlanta, GA
- Frequent 1-1 Mentoring
- Strong Basic and Clinical Collaborations with Georgia Tech, Emory Medicine, and More.
- Access to World Class Interdisciplinary Research Facilities
Georgia Tech is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.
July 8, 2022
Ph.D. Positions in Singh Lab
The Singh lab at Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech) seeks highly motivated Ph.D. students to pursue doctoral research in the areas defined below.
- Multiscale engineering of immune cells and lymphoid organs
- Cancer Bioengineering
- Immunomodulation and Gut Microbiome