12 PhD Scholarships in Additive Biomanufacturing
(Salary Level: AUD $27,600 per annum with a supplement of up to AUD $6,000 per annum for first class degrees or equivalent)
PhD candidates must hold an Honours or Masters degree in bioengineering, materials science, chemistry, biology, physics or in a related field of research. The PhD candidates must be highly motivated and able to work on interdisciplinary programs and projects. PhD candidates with research experience in bioprinting, biofabriation, biomedical robotics, hydrogels for tissue engineering applications, micro- and nano-fabrication techniques for polymers/soft materials, or mammalian cell interfacing with biomaterials will be given preference. Specific desired skills include advanced microscopy, electrospinning, computer aided design (CAD)/computer aided manufacturing (CAM), biomaterial testing, 3D cell culture, stem cell differentiation, bioreactors and/or lab-on-a-chip, microfluidics, laser system engineering as well as hydrogel formulation and synthesis.
3 Research Fellowship Positions/Senior Research Fellowship Positions
(Salary Level: approx. AUD $88K - AUD $127K per year)
(plus 17% employer superannuation and leave loading)
In addition to an outstanding academic record, candidates should possess enthusiasm, ambition, and cultural sensibilities to contribute as part of a vibrant team. These are full-time contract positions for two years and extendable to three years by mutual agreement.
Applications close: 31 December 2016 or until position filled View video
For further information and to apply, please contact the Centre Manager Joanne Richardson: firstname.lastname@example.org