Requesting Applications for the EBICS Distinguished Postdoctoral Fellowship!
EBICS, housed at the three primary institutions: Georgia Tech, MIT, and the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, invites applications from postdoctoral fellows from groups traditionally underrepresented in science and engineering fields, with demonstrated interest in addressing the grand challenge of engineering multi-cellular biological machines to achieve desired functionalities. Applicants are expected to integrate principles of engineering and biological sciences, as well as to demonstrate a commitment to EBICS’s broader scientific goals of establishing a fundamental understanding of cell-cell and cell-environment interactions, by intrinsic and extrinsic biological, manufactured, environmental, and mechanical cues. This fellowship welcomes applicants with training in all traditional engineering disciplines, as well as bioengineering/biomedical engineering, computer science, and the natural sciences.
One fellowship will be awarded per year. Applications will be considered until position is filled.
What EBICS Distinguished Postdoctoral Fellowship Offers
- Access to EBICS resources
- Opportunities to present at EBICS annual retreat and National Science Foundation (NSF) site visit
- Exposure to top faculty at MIT, Georgia Tech, and University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
- Funding for membership to discipline-specific professional societies
Eligibility to Apply
- Have completed PhD or its equivalent
- Must be US Citizen or legal resident with appropriate documentation
- Must be a member of a group traditionally underrepresented in science and technology according to NSF definition
How to Apply
- Email email@example.com with the following information:
- Complete CV or biosketch including bibliography (4 page limit)
- Cover letter with statement of research interest and EBICS faculty members and institutions of interest
- Your contact information (email and phone)
- Names and contact information (names and phone) for 3 references
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