We are looking for a post-doctoral associate to develop a novel antibiotic susceptibility test based on nanotechnology. The position is in the Ekinci Group at BU Mechanical Engineering Department. General information about the group is available at www.bu.edu/nems
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PhD degree in Engineering, Physics or a related field required.
A strong experimental background (e.g., in microfluidics, nanofabrication, sensitive metrology) desirable.
Some experience with basic cell culturing techniques desirable.
Familiarity with random phenomena and noise desirable.
Excellent communication skills required.
Internal Number: 2000/H1418
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