JOBS and DEGREES

Are you looking for a career in biomaterials?

WHAT'S AVAILABLE?

Whether you're looking to fill a job or degree in biomaterials or tissue engineering, or looking for a job to fill, we'd like to help. 

 

If you have any jobs or degree opportunities you would like to post here, please email Travis Klein.

 

NETWORKING

 

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JOB and DEGREE POSTINGS
  • Postdoctoral Research Associate at the University of Sydney

    • Opportunity in biofunctionalisation to modulate and control cell responses at material interfaces

    • Located between the Darlington and Camperdown Campus, Faculty of Engineering, Faculty of Science and the Charles Perkins Centre

    • Full-Time, 5 Years Fixed Term, Academic Level A: Base Salary: $94,629 p.a. - $101,018 p.a. plus annual leave loading and a generous employer’s contribution to superannuation.

    • more details here.

    • Closes 3 December 2019 ​

  • PhD Scholarship at Deakin

  • PhD Scholarship at UQ

  • Research Fellowship in Orthopaedic Biofabrication - Queensland Health, Brisbane

    • Collaborative role with Metro North Hospital and Health Services and the Herston Biofabrication Institute

    • Co-ordinate and facilitate the development, implementation and evaluation of applications of 3D printing and biofabrication in an orthopaedics setting (including patient-specific pre-operative planning aides and anatomical models, surgical tools and metallic and polymeric implants).

    • Full details and applications at https://smartjobs.qld.gov.au/jobs/QLD-RBH313678.

    • Closes 22 July 2019.

  • PhD fellowship/scholarship at Aarhus University, Denmark

    • Title: Printed electronics for new-age flexible devices for biomedical applications

    • Research area and project description:
      The vision for the future of electronics encompasses devices that are lightweight, conformal, flexible, stretchable and low cost. Marriage of printing technology (also called 3D printing) with electronics opens up avenues to produce highly flexible, stretchable and room-temperature processed devices. The design freedom that comes with 3D printing can help to tailor features for end-users, and to develop next-generation free-form electronics.

    •  The position is available from 1 August 2019 or later.

    •  More information and application instructions: http://phd.scitech.au.dk/for-applicants/apply-here/may-2019/printed-electronics-for-new-age-flexible-devices-for-biomedical-applications/

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