Experience groundbreaking research at the University of Houston’s Das Laboratory, where we’re looking for passionate individuals to join us as Postdoctoral/Senior Research Scientists. Dive into the exciting world of Bioelectricity, Biomagnetism, Bioelectronics, Electroporation, and Cancer Research as part of our collaborative team. If you’re driven by innovation and eager to contribute to cutting-edge advancements in biophysical and cancer technologies, we want to hear from you.

  1. Computational/numerical Methods and Models: Are you experienced in modeling, simulations, or high-performance computing involving electrodynamics and finite difference methods? We’re seeking individuals with a passion for exploring interactions between external fields (light/electric/magnetic/ultrasound) and biological systems. If you’re interested in developing new methods for biophysical and cancer technologies, we encourage you to apply.
  2. Experimental (Two Positions):
  • Do you have a knack for developing electronics or conducting research related to electric and magnetic fields or photonics for biological applications? We’re looking for candidates who excel both independently and collaboratively, with expertise in rapid prototyping and hands-on skills to innovate new methods and systems.
  • Are you experienced in cell culture, animal models, microscopy (fluorescence/phase contrast), and cancer research analysis? Join us if you’re passionate about imaging cell cycles and working with cancer cell lines.

Recent PhD graduates or those anticipating completion in the upcoming year are encouraged to apply for these positions. Opportunities abound for collaboration with industrial and clinical partners, as well as for charting an independent career path. Successful candidates will work closely with graduate and undergraduate students. Applicants with extensive publications and research experience may also be considered for senior scientist positions.

To apply, please contact Prof. Mini Das (mdas@uh.edu) directly with your CV and a brief overview of your research interests and goals. Funding support is available for multiple years, with competitive salaries and benefits based on qualifications, publications, and relevant experience. Explore more about our lab and ongoing projects on our website: https://sites.google.com/nsm.uh.edu/ipl/home.

Deadline: Open Until Filled

Nestled in Houston, an affordable and multicultural city boasting large medical schools and a thriving petroleum industry, the University of Houston is committed to diversity and equal opportunity. We encourage individuals from all backgrounds to apply, including minorities, women, veterans, and persons with disabilities. Additionally, discrimination in employment based on sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression is strictly prohibited at our institution. Join us in shaping the future of biomedical research and making a meaningful impact in the field.

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Muhammad Usman

Research & MEXT Scholar  at Tokyo Institute of Technology (Japan) with Graduate Major in Global Engineering for Development, Environment and Society


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