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Research Officer – Biomaterials Engineer, Aust Institute for Bioengineering & Nanotechnology, UQ

This is a full-time, fixed term (up to 12 months) position at Academic level A, commencing in January 2021. 

This position will undertake research in the Tissue Engineering and Microfluidics Laboratory, addressing roadblocks in perivascular stem cell manufacturing by discovering novel mechanisms and materials that improve cell quality outcomes during extended culture. You will provide biomaterial and surface design, fabrication, and characterization, along with evaluation through adult stem cell (pericyte)-based assays. You will develop close scientific collaboration with other members of the tissue engineering and microfluidics laboratory and assume a leadership role in polymer synthesis, polymer modification, surface engineering and cell-based assays.

For more details see:

Applications close: 30 Nov 2020 (11:00 PM) E. Australia Standard Time

Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Biomechanics-inspired Tissue Engineering, School of Chemical Engineering, UQ

A 3 year fixed-term position is available ​within the ARC-ITTC for Joint Biomechanics. The candidate will be will be responsible for the design, development, optimisation and validation of engineered scaffolds for improved integration, tissue growth, repair and functional regeneration of the rotator cuff. 

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Application deadline 9 Nov 2020 (11:00 PM) E. Australia Standard Time


3x PhD positions– Optimization of engineered scaffolds for improved scaffold integration, tissue growth, repair and functional regeneration

Three independent but inter-related PhD projects are available to support a program of research funded under an Australian Research Council Industrial Transformation and Training Centre focussed on Joint Biomechanics (ARC ITTC – JB), a collaboration between UQ, QUT and UNSW, along with multiple industry partners and practicing clinicians. This Centre is focussed on developing the advances required to transform personalised surgical treatment of joints through integrated technologies of computer tools for pre-surgical planning and decision making, computer simulation systems for surgical training and medical device design, development and assessment, and post-surgical assessment tools.


These PhD projects will be joining a newly established UQ-node of the Centre, more specifically, under Program 3 - Scaffold simulator: Optimization of engineered scaffolds for improved scaffold integration, tissue growth, repair and functional regeneration.

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Applications close: 02 Jan 2021 (11:00 PM) E. Australia Standard Time

PhD Scholarships, Materials Science & Engineering, Monash University 

Projects are available in the following areas:


4 scholarship rounds per year

  • International: Round 1 closes March 31st, Round 2 closes August 31st.

  • Domestic: Round 1 closes May 31st, Round 2 closes October 31st.


For more details see:

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