There are 2 Fully Funded PhD Scholarships available for Fall 2019 in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Colorado Boulder, in the area of biomedical microfluidics and lab on a chip.University of Colorado Boulder conducts highly multidisciplinary research at the frontiers of science, engineering, and biomedicine. Currently our group focus on the micro/nanotechnology (Microfluidics and MEMS) for (1) cell manipulation and analysis, (2) cell membrane disruption for precise intracellular and subcellular drug delivery, and (3) Micro/nano-manipulation. We aim to develop innovative technologies and tools to solve challenging problems in biomedicine and to improve human health.
|Country of Study: USA||Institution/ University: University of Colorado Boulder|
|Application Deadline: 1st Dec, 2018||Level of Study: Phd|
As one of only 34 U.S. public research institutions in the Association for American Universities (AAU), the University of Colorado Boulder is committed to discovering new knowledge and solving the humanitarian, social and technological challenges of our time. With dynamic research and innovative workspaces, we encourage everyone in the Buff community to push boundaries, explore the unknown and turn new ideas into productive outcomes that change lives.
University of Colorado Boulder
2 Fully funded Ph.D. positions to be offered in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Colorado Boulder, in the area of biomedical microfluidics and lab on a chip.
Minimum Bachelor degree in Engineering, Physical Science, or related fields, Scholarship is open for all countries.
For entire Phd program.
Interested candidates please email Prof. Ding (Xiaoyun.Ding@Colorado.edu) directly with a subject line “PhD Candidate Application” and attach your CV with contact information of 2 reference letter writers. More information can be found on the lab website