Postdoctoral Fellow in Developmental Biology and Biomechanics, New York
Summary: We are seeking a highly motivated and skilled Postdoctoral Fellow to join our interdisciplinary team to study ovarian follicle development and biomechanical principles underlying ovarian function. The ideal candidate will have a strong background in developmental biology, biomechanics, and microfluidics.
Designation: Postdoctoral Fellow
Research Area: Developmental Biology and Biomechanics
Location: SVA School of Medicine, New York
- PhD in developmental biology, biomechanics, or related field
- Experience with microfluidics, biomechanical measurements, and imaging techniques
- Strong publication record in peer-reviewed journals
- Ability to work independently and as part of a team
|Education||PhD in developmental biology, biomechanics, or related field|
|Experience||Microfluidics, biomechanical measurements, and imaging techniques|
|Publication||Strong publication record in peer-reviewed journals|
Job Description: The successful candidate will work on an interdisciplinary project to develop a novel approach for studying ovarian follicle development using microfluidics and biomechanical measurements. The project will involve developing and testing new microfluidic devices for studying follicle development, as well as using imaging techniques to analyze follicle structure and function. The candidate will also be responsible for analyzing data, preparing manuscripts for publication, and presenting findings at scientific meetings.
|Project||Develop a novel approach for studying ovarian follicle development|
|Tasks||Develop and test new microfluidic devices, analyze follicle structure and function, analyze data, prepare manuscripts for publication, and present findings at scientific meetings.|
How to Apply: Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, CV, and contact information for three references via the online application portal. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.
Last Date for Apply: May 31, 2025