The Chung lab welcomes applications from exceptional postdoctoral candidates interested in pursuing research in the following areas:
- Drug Delivery
Applicants should have a PhD in Biomedical Engineering, Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, or related areas. The position requires a highly motivated and independent researcher with a nanoparticle background with cell culture know-how, animal experience, and the ability to work collaboratively with other team members and manage interactions with faculty and a broad range of senior and junior research collaborators. Candidates with relevant experience should email Professor Chung (email@example.com). Please include the following information with your email application: Cover letter, CV, references, and research interests.
We are seeking energetic and talented graduate students! Students interested in joining the lab should contact Professor Chung directly to obtain more information about the research. In addition, they will need to apply through USC Graduate Admissions to the Biomedical Engineering Department, and specifically indicate their interest in joining our laboratory. Detailed information about graduate admissions in Biomedical Engineering can be found here: http://bme.usc.edu/admission/graduate-students-prospective/
After being admitted, contact Professor Chung to arrange participation in a lab rotation. BME 505 is our lab rotation course; please see details on Ph.D. study here: http://bme.usc.edu/academics/graduate/phd/program_of_study_0506/