Scholarship: Full award
Nationality: International Students
Application deadlines: Open until filled, from the 2022 school year.
Gracias lab investigates the science of miniaturization, intelligent systems, and the interface between engineered and living systems. This position is seeking for candidates to develop untethered microscale devices for biomedical applications. It’s an exciting opportunity to work closely with physicians/scientists and clinical collaborators at the Johns Hopkins School of medicine to apply next-generation micro/nanotools and devices for drug delivery and surgery.
More information about our lab can be found: https://graciaslab.johnshopkins.edu/index.html
Biomedical engineering, electrical engineering, chemical engineering, mechanical engineering, physics, chemistry, or biology
- Expertise in lithographic micro/nanofabrication, materials processing, and integration, and small-scale biomedical devices/robotics would be great for this position.
To apply, please email Prof. David Gracias at [email protected] with your CV.