Research Assistant Professor/Postdoctoral Fellow/Research Associate
Dr. Fakhrul Ahsan has established a new vibrant laboratory at California Northstate University School of Pharmacy (CNUCOP). In his lab, there is an open position that revolves around a project on organ-on-a-chip, tissue engineering and bioprinting with an anticipated start date on January 15th, 2021. The candidate should have a PhD or MS degree and experience in organ-on-a-chip, microfluidics, tissue engineering and bioprinting and must have an excellent writing skill in English. An ideal candidate should have first-authored publications in high impact journals and experience in manuscript and grant writing. The candidate must have hands-on experiences in chip design, fabrication, on-chip cell culture, bio- and 3D-printing, microscopy for cellular characterization. Doctoral or postdoctoral training at an institute in the United States will be a plus. An exceptionally qualified candidate who has most of the above skills with 3-4 years of postdoctoral experience on chip design/fabrication, on-chip cell culture, and cell biology may apply for Research Assistant Professor position. Fresh PhD or MS graduates may apply for postdoctoral or research associate positions, and fresh PhD candidates will have the opportunity to transition to Research Assistant Professor based on performance. Research collaborations with colleagues at University of California Davis (approximately 20 miles from CNU) and other local institutions will also be encouraged and supported. The remuneration is competitive plus fringe benefits. Interested candidates who are passionate about research, has the desire to establish her/himself as an independent investigator in academia, and is willing to go above and beyond to accomplish a research goal, has excellent interpersonal skills, and can work with people from diverse backgrounds and accept criticisms with a positive mindset may send their resumes directly to Dr. Ahsan at firstname.lastname@example.org. CNUCOP does not discriminate based on race, religion, national origin, color, sex, age, or disability. All applicants will be treated equally and selected based only on their academic credentials and relevant experience.