About the Wyss:
The mission of the Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering at Harvard University is to transform human healthcare and the environment by emulating the way nature builds. Developed as an alliance between Harvard and other premier academic and clinical partner institutions, Institute faculty and staff collaborate in high-risk, fundamental research and science-driven technology development. A major focus of the Institute is to translate the technologies developed by its faculty and staff into commercial products and therapies through collaborations with clinical investigators and establishment of corporate alliances. For more information, discover our technologies, catch up on our recent news, or watch our latest videos.
The Disease Biophysics Group currently has postdoctoral positions open in the following areas:
- The use of additive manufacturing techniques to build tissues and organs.
- Vascular network engineering and angiogenesis.
- Applications of machine learning in cell and tissue engineering.
What You’ll Need:
- Candidates should have demonstrated publication records in cardiac and vascular engineering or biology. A background in the visual arts and/or design is looked upon favorably. All positions require a doctoral degree.
- The Disease Biophysics Group is a creative, transdisciplinary group of engineers, scientists, clinicians and artists that work at the intersection of art, cell biology, design, materials science, and computational modeling.
Where You Can Apply:
Applications should be submitted to https://academicpositions.harvard.edu/postings/12044 .
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