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Postdoctoral Position in the Micro/Nano Fluidics Lab at UPenn – Probing Individual Cells

The micro/nano fluidics lab at the University of Pennsylvania has an immediate opening for a postdoctoral fellow to develop carbon nanopipettes for cell injection and probing and an automated injection system.  The fellow will demonstrate the performance of the system by examining, in real time, the effects of cell stressors on tRNA trafficking.  See http://bau.seas.upenn.edu/research/carbon-nanopipettes-and-cellular-probes/

The fellow must have a PhD in Engineering or Physics, clean room (microfab) experience, and exposure to microbiology.

Outstanding candidates are invited to submit a letter of application detailing their relevant background, providing the names and e-mail addresses of at least three references, a CV, and copies of relevant reprints and pre-prints.  Send the application to Professor Haim H. Bau at meampd@seas.upenn.edu.

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Note: Position Currently Filled