Ph.D. student positions at the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace
Engineering of New York University.
We are seeking highly motivated Ph.D. students in the area of biomedical
engineering for translational medicine, starting in Fall 2014 or Winter 2015.
The potential graduate students will work on research projects related to
biomedical devices and biomaterials for disease diagnosis and treatment and
may require close collaboration with medical school. Research directions
include exploring new engineering solutions for emerging problems in cancer
biology, systems immunology, and stem cell-based regenerative medicine.
For more information, please visit http://www-personal.umich.edu/~wqchen
We are looking for graduate students from a wide array of backgrounds (
engineering, physics, chemistry, materials and cell and molecular biology)
with demonstrated ingenuity, productivity, and ability to work in a diverse,
high energy environment. Candidates with backgrounds in biomaterials, micro/
nanotechnology, microfluidics, tissue engineering, cancer biology, stem cell
biology and immunology are preferred (but not required).
Interested applicants should send their cover letter, curriculum vitae, and
any published paper or manuscript in preparation (preferred electronic
format: pdf) through email to Weiqiang Chen (email@example.com), who will
join the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering of New York
University as an assistant professor in September 2014.
About NYU and NYU Engineering School
Founded in 1831, New York University is the largest private university in
the United States. The University, which is composed of 14 schools, colleges,
and divisions, occupies five major centers in Manhattan. In addition to its
Manhattan locations, the University is also located in Brooklyn with the
second oldest school of engineering and technology in the country, and has
research facilities, notably the Nelson Institute of Environmental Medicine,
in Sterling Forest, near Tuxedo, New York.
Globally, NYU is ranked #27 in the Academic Ranking of World Universities, #
44 in the QS World University Rankings, and #40 in the Times Higher
Education World University Rankings. Nationally, NYU is ranked in the
Academic Ranking of World Universities, #56 by Forbes, #32 by U.S. News &
World Report, and #79 by the Washington Monthly. U.S. News & World Report
ranks NYU's graduate schools #46 for engineering, #19 and #51 respectively
for medical research and primary care.
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