Research Assistant, Dentistry
- Conduct experiments, which include additive manufacturing technologies to fabricate hierarchical structures with well-defined inner morphologies of functional 3D scaffolds, using polymer, hydrogel, ceramic and bioprinting of cells.
- Biofabrication of invitro 3D tissue and organ analogues using above-mentioned techniques.
- Assist to identify biomaterials for 3D bioprinting for relevant projects.
- Electrospinning technology to engineer drug loaded fibrous meshes.
- Perform Imaging, Spectroscopy analysis and Rheological Characterization of the biomaterial and bioink.
- Operate 3D bioprinters independently following training exercises.
- Handle stem cells, biomaterials, and variety of molecular assays.
- Assist in project management and laboratory administration.
- Applicants should hold Bachelor’s and/or Master’s degree in bioengineering or biomedical engineering or equivalent.
- 1 or more years’ work experience with stem cell culture, cell viability assay, RT-PCR and other cell & molecular assays
- 1 or more years’ working experience in 3D printing (bioprinting, extrusion-based printing) with AutoCAD, 3D drawing and modelling or related applications may be preferred.
- 1 or more years’ work experience in the field of material science, polymer engineering, tissue engineering or related field.
- At least one original publication in a peer-reviewed journal in a relevant field is required.
- Excellent written and oral communication skills in English
Location: Kent Ridge Campus
Department : Dean's Office (Dentistry)
Employee Referral Eligible: No
Job requisition ID : 7006