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The Biophotonics Lab has openings for two graduate research assistants starting in the spring or fall 2023. Applicants with a BS degree in electrical engineering, biomedical engineering, biophysics, or physics who are interested in optical imaging, optical spectroscopy, optical sensors, and cancer detection are encouraged to apply. Special consideration will be given to candidates with a MS degree or experience in the above-mentioned areas. For more information, please contact Dr. Bing Yu.
Posted September 2022
Description: Under general direction develop, improve and implement a variety of laboratory techniques and perform complex experiments to contribute to the timely completion of data under the direction of Dr. Bing Yu (Biophotonics Laboratory), Dr. Bo Wang (Tissue Regenerative Engineering Laboratory), and Dr. Amit Joshi (Nanomedicine and Image-Guided Interventions Laboratory).
Posted August 2022
Conduct independent research in the field of cardiovascular tissue engineering and regenerative engineering under the direction of Dr. Brandon Tefft of the Cardiovascular Regenerative Engineering Laboratory.
Posted March 2022
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