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Ph.D. Graduate Research Assistantship openings in Biomedical Engineering


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Applications are invited for Graduate Research Assistant positions to join the Biological Engineering Department and interdisciplinary research projects focusing on neurons, astrocytes and endothelial cells (neurodegenerative diseases). These projects are funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Successful candidates will be exposed to the fields of cell mechanics, biomaterials and molecular biology. For more information, please visit our research group website (web.missouri.edu/~leejam).


Candidates should have (or about to receive) a MS degree in Biomedical /Chemical /Mechanical Engineering or a closely related field

(including Biochemistry, Biological Science, Biomedical Science, Physics and Biophysics) and should be eligible to enroll in the Ph.D. program in the Biological Engineering Department at the University of Missouri, Columbia. Outstanding applicants with BS are also considered. Compensation includes full tuition coverage and a competitive stipend payable in 12 installments.


James C-M. Lee

Associate Professor

University of Missouri-Columbia

Department of Biological Engineering

240 Ag Eng Bldg, 1406 E. Rollins St Columbia, MO 65211

Fax: (573) 884-5650

Email: leejam@missouri.eduInterested individuals should submit a detailed resume including BS and MS GPA, GRE test results, and publications (if applicable) through email. Screening will start immediately and continue until the positions are filled. The positions may commence immediately after the successful candidates are identified.

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