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We are always open to explore new research direction related to nanomaterials, stem cells, and tissue engineering and are highly interested to develop collaborative research projects. If you would like to discuss the possibility, then please contact Prof. Gaharwar.

Undergraduates Researchers

We have an opportunity for high achieving undergraduate students interested in a career in research. Your research internship will provide you valuable research skills and publication potential, in the area of nanotechnologies, stem cells, and tissue engineering. Specifically we are integrating nanomaterials and stem cells for the development of functional tissue interfaces. A minimum of 1-year commitment is required to be considered. Preference will be given to sophomore students. No prior research experience is required but they should be highly motivated and hard working.

Graduates Researchers

We are looking for highly motivated graduate students interested in additive manufracturing and/or stem cell engineering. Please contact Prof. Gaharwar with curriculum vita, research statment (1-page max). The students are also encouraged to look for external funding opportunity as it will provide flexibility in selection of research project. To be consider for admission, prospective students are encouraged to apply to the BME department.

***Postdoctoral Positions*** (NEW)

The Gaharwar laboratory is seeking a highly motivated, detail oriented, enthusiastic individual to execute projects related to effect of minerals and mineral nanoparticles on human stem cells. Knowledge of whole genome sequencing (such as RNA-seq) and stem cell biology is required. This position will involve work with human stem cells, primary human cells and mamalian cell lines. You should also be proficient in cell culture, immunohistochemistry, qPCR, immunoblotting. A minimum of 2-year commitment is required to be considered.

***Research Assistant (Immediate opening)*** (NEW)

We are looking for a full-time research assistant. This position will involve work with human stem cells, primary human cells and mamalian cell lines. Other responsibilities will include basic laboratory experiments (such as cell culture, immunohistochemistry, qPCR, immunoblotting) and general laboratory oversight and maintenance. A minimum of 2-year commitment is required to be considered. If you would like to discuss the possibility, then please send your resume to Prof. Gaharwar