The BMMLab is actively looking for highly motivated and exceptional postdocs and students to join us to explore the broad areas of Biomedical Microfluidics, BioMEMS, Drug Delivery, cell mechanics, and Biotechnology. We conduct a highly multidisciplinary research at the frontiers of science, engineering, and biomedicine. We aim to develop innovative technologies to solve challenging problems in medicine and improve human health. We take it as a responsibility to train future leaders dedicated to excellence.
Graduate Research Assistant (PhD)
The BMMLab has 1 - 3 opens for PhD students to work on the aforementioned topics. Incoming students are not expected to have a rigorous experience in BioMEMS and Microfluidics research. we expect incoming new students to have: 1) Passion and commitment to excellence; 2) Good training in research (publication and research experience are preferred, but not required); 3) Good personality and ability to collaborate considering our cross-disciplinary work. Microfabrication experience or acoustics background is preferred but not required. Feel free to contact Dr. Xiaoyun Ding (email to Xiaoyun.Ding (at) Colorado.Edu with subject line "PhD Candidate Application" and attach your CV with contact information of 2 reference letter writers).
Graduate Research Assistant (MS)
The BMMLab is also interested in recruiting M.S. students although funding is rarely available. Motivated students are encouraged to contact Dr. Xiaoyun Ding (email to Xiaoyun.Ding (at) Colorado.Edu with subject line "MS Student Application" and attach your CV).
Undergraduate Research Assistant
The BMMLab is always interested in having undergraduate students involved in our research work. We prefer to recruit undergraduate students with a background in Engineering, Physical Sciences, Life Sciences, and Technology, Arts & Media, although other related backgrounds might be considered. Projects for undergraduate students are available and well-tailored according to their background. Funding for undergraduate students may be available through UROP and DLA program. Talented undergraduate students who are able to work voluntarily for more than 6 months are encouraged to contact Dr. Xiaoyun Ding (email to Xiaoyun.Ding (at) Colorado.Edu with subject line "Undergraduate Student Application" and attach your CV).
The BMMLab has one open position for Postdoctoral Fellow. Motivated and talented candidates should have a PhD degree with research experience related to Biomedical microfluidics and MEMS. Excellent training in research is expected proven by publication track records in an international peer-reviewed journal. Great personality and ability to collaborate are important qualities that we require from the candidates. Interested candidates who see themselves fit with BMMLab research endeavor are encouraged to contact Dr. Xiaoyun Ding (email to Xiaoyun.Ding (at) Colorado.Edu with subject line "Postdoc Application" and attach your CV with contact information of 2 reference letter writers).
Last updated: Spring 2020