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Posted August 22, 2016

  • Department of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering
    Job Title: Post Doctoral Researcher
    Description: An NIH-funded joint postdoctoral position is available in Prof. Millicent Sullivan's and Prof. Kristi Kiick’s groups in the Departments of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering (Sullivan) and Materials Science and Engineering (Kiick) at the University of Delaware. The position will focus on evaluating wound repair efficacy initiated by collagen-inspired gene-containing biomaterials. Interested candidates should have a background in one or several of the following areas: polymer/peptide biomaterials engineering, gene delivery, cutaneous wound repair, and/or tissue repair/regeneration. Previous experience developing in vitro or in vivo wound repair models is a plus. The position is available immediately with a term of one year. The term of the position may be extended based on satisfactory progress. Please email Millicent Sullivan and Kristi Kiick to submit a CV as well as contact information for 2-3 references.

Posted August 4, 2016

  • Department of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering
    Job Title: Post Doctoral Researcher
    Job #: 103866
    Description: The researcher will work with Professor Wagner and his research team. The research will include formulation and testing of STF-composites for use in space applications centered around astronaut protection on project with STF Technologies LLC under a NASA funded STTR grant. The research will include both proprietary and publishable work. For more job details, look here.

Posted January 8, 2016

  • Department of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering
    Job Title: Post Doctoral Researcher
    Description: Postdoctoral Researcher is sought for the Center for Neutron Science under the Direction of Prof. Yun Liu ( ) and Prof. Norman Wagner ( ) of the Department of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering, University of Delaware. Candidate is expected to have a doctorate in chemical engineering, physics, material science, or related fields with preferred expertise in biophysics and/or scattering methods, preferably neutron scattering. The candidate will be expected to conduct experimental research on structure-property relationships in monoclonal antibody and protein solutions and related colloidal and nanoparticle dispersions using techniques such as neutron and light scattering, rheology, microscopy and allied methods of colloid and nanoscience. The research includes the development of new experimental methods and working with scientists at NIST and Genentech as well as graduate and undergraduate researchers. The position also includes report and publication preparation. The position is located at the NIST Center for Neutron Research in Gaithersburg, MD with significant interactions with the Center for Neutron Science at the University of Delaware. The position is available immediately, is for one year and is renewable, including benefits and a competitive salary based on qualifications. The starting date is negotiable.
    Please email and to submit a CV as well as the contact information for 3 references.

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