Research Associate in Microfluidics for Nanomedicine
School of Computer Science, Electrical and Electronic Engineering and Engineering Maths
Contract type Open Ended
Working pattern Full time Salary £32,548-£36,613
Closing date for applications 26-Sep-2018
The Hauert Lab (http://hauertlab.com) at the University of Bristol is looking for a Research Associate in Microfluidics for Nanomedicine. The lab brings together expertise in robotics, machine learning, and nanomedicine to engineering swarm systems that work across scales.
You would be part of EVO-NANO (http://evonano.eu/), a new European H2020 FET-OPEN project which brings together a consortium of 7 partners around Europe with the shared goal of creating an entirely new nanoparticle design platform for cancer treatment capable of autonomously evolving both innovative and adaptive solutions.
Your role would be to design a microfluidic tumour-on-a-chip device to screen nanoparticle dynamics. This would involve 3D printing of microfluidics, cancer nanomedicine, cell culture, and image analysis.
Experience in any of these areas is welcome.
For informal enquiries, please contact Dr. Sabine Hauert by email (email@example.com).