Postdoctoral Associate | Bioengineering (3D Bioprinting), USA

Postdoctoral Position in USA

Postdoctoral Associate | Bioengineering: The Jackson Laboratory for Genomic Medicine seeks a talented Postdoctoral Associate with a background in bioengineering and a keen interest in biological research. Led by Sasan Jalili and Paul Robson, with technical guidance from a multidisciplinary team, this role will contribute to independent and collaborative research projects, leveraging state-of-the-art bioprinting facilities to replicate human organs using patient-derived organoids and cell lines.
Postdoctoral Associate | Bioengineering (3D Bioprinting)

Summary Table:

| Title | Postdoctoral Associate | Bioengineering (3D Bioprinting) | |————————————|————————————————————-| | Designation | Postdoctoral Associate | | Research Area | Bioengineering, 3D Bioprinting | | Location | Farmington, Connecticut | | Eligibility/Qualification | Ph.D. in biomedical sciences, biomedical engineering, or related field | | Last Date for Apply | Until position filled |


Postdoctoral Associate

Research Area:

Bioengineering, 3D Bioprinting


Farmington, Connecticut


  • Ph.D. in biomedical sciences, biomedical engineering, or a related field of study.
  • Strong skillsets in cell and tissue engineering.
  • Strong training background in biomedical engineering, biomaterials, bioprinting, immunoengineering, and cell biology.
  • Experience in microfabrication, 3D printing/bioprinting, biomaterials fabrication, and host-microbiome interactions are particularly preferred.
  • At least one first-author publication in a peer-reviewed journal on topics related to bioprinting.
  • Excellent writing and communication skills, able to work independently and effectively with team members.

Job Description:

The Jackson Laboratory for Genomic Medicine seeks a talented Postdoctoral Associate to join the Jalili and Robson Labs in Farmington, CT. This role involves the creative utilization of 3D bioprinting to replicate both healthy and diseased human organs using patient-derived organoids and cell lines. The bioprinting work will integrate with organ-on-chip platforms to advance functional organ-level tissues. Responsibilities include:

  • Spearheading projects applying bioprinting, microfabrication, Organ on Chip development, organoid culture, microbiome sequencing, and single-cell transcriptomics.
  • Collaborating with professionals in bioengineering, biology, immunology, microbiology, and clinical research.
  • Engaging in independent and collaborative research projects.
  • Exploring and fostering collaborations within and beyond the Jackson Laboratory, University of Connecticut, and UConn Health.

How to Apply:

Interested candidates should apply with:

  • A cover letter summarizing research training and accomplishments.
  • A personal statement of scientific interests and career goals (1-page maximum).
  • Current CV with publications.
  • Contact information for three references.

Send applications to the Jackson Laboratory’s application portal or contact the Robson and Jalili Labs directly.

Last Date for Apply:

Until position filled

Join us in pushing the boundaries of research and technology at the intersection of bioengineering and biology at The Jackson Laboratory.



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