The Bio-Acoustic MEMS in Medicine (BAMM) Lab, headed by Dr. Utkan Demirci, in the Canary Center at Stanford is seeking a highly motivated, Ph.D Scientist with deep experience in Photonics, Plasmonics, Optics, Biosensing, Material Science, Microfluidics, Micro/Nano-Fabrication.
The Postdoctoral Research Fellow will be joining projects carried out at Bio-Acoustic MEMS in Medicine (BAMM) Laboratories supervised by Prof. Utkan DEMIRCI. The BAMM Lab’s mission is to solve medical problems at clinics by developing innovative technologies for point-of-care (POC) diagnostics and monitoring diseases conditions such as cancer and infectious diseases, as well as controlling cellular microenvironment in nanoliter droplets for biological applications.
The successful candidate will contribute to the projects that include fabrication and application of plasmonic and photonic surfaces, micro/nanoparticle imaging, lab-on-a-chip platforms, cell imaging, and building spectrophotometric platforms that will be adapted at point-of-care settings.
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Inquiries and 3 letters of recommendation may be send to Dr. Utkan Demirci (email@example.com) .
- The exceptional candidate will have a Ph.D. degree from Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Material Science, Biomedical Engineering or Physics.
- Keeping up with the latest scientific updates on the field of optics, photonics, plasmonics, microfluidics, biosensing, medicine, biomedical engineering, regenerative medicine, and cell sorting tools to communicate better and influence other members
- Maintaining collaborative external and internal communications.
“Stanford University is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to increasing the diversity of its faculty and academic staff. It welcomes nominations of and applications from women and members of minority groups, as well as others who would bring additional dimensions to the University’s research, teaching and clinical missions.”