Department of Bioengineering is hiring 3 tenure track faculty for the academic year 22/23 in the fields of Chemical Imaging and Living Systems, Single Cell Proteomics and Mechanobiology. The Department of Bioengineering (bioe.northeastern.edu) includes 27 tenured/tenure-track faculty, 36% of whom are women; five full-time teaching faculty; and 47 faculty with affiliates appointments. Bioe enrolls approximately 600 undergraduate students; 90 MS students; and 95 PhD students.
The successful applicant will be expected to join a team working towards the goal of imaging in real time signaling events and biomarkers in the body. Investigators with research expertise in the areas of probe development, imaging hardware, animal models, and signal processing/machine learning are sought with preference in molecular or nanoscale (materials) or genetically encoded probe development compatible with MRI, fluorescence or photoacoustics.