Join a dynamic team of computational and experimental researchers leading the design of bio-inspired computational models and functional assays to study cell communication in health and disease. We are recruiting talented lab members across fields (e.g., computer science, neuroscience, math, bioengineering) and career stages. Positions are open until filled.
For each position of interest, please upload a (1) CV and (2) 1-page cover letter describing your interests and how your interests align with the lab's work online at the following link:
POSTDOC FELLOW, Computational
Project: Biomimetic artificial intelligence
Qualifications: PhD in Computer Science, Applied Math, or related Computational field. Highly self-motivated problem-solver. Excellent communication skills.
Experience: 2-4 years experience in artificial intelligence, data science, bioinformatics or closely related field. Publication track record should demonstrate this experience.
POSTDOC FELLOW, Developmental Biology / Neurobiology
Project: Emerging methods to study brain tissue regeneration
Qualifications: PhD in Developmental Biology, or related field. Highly self-motivated problem-solver. Excellent communication skills.
Experience: 2-4 years experience in neurogenesis, neurovascular biology, and/or stem cell biology. Publication track record should demonstrate this experience.
QUANTU PROJECT ASSISTANT (part-time)
Qualifications: Well organized, highly motivated, responsible individual interested in working in a fast-paced environment with a diverse team - all focused on making an impact in cognitive health. Responsibilities include enrolling participants, meeting with volunteers, and coordinating events. Ideal position for students.
Experience: 1-4 years experience working in a medical center setting preferred.
SCIENCE COMMUNICATION LIAISON (part-time)
Qualifications: Highly skilled communicator able to translate complex science and engineering concepts to the broader public in an engaging manner that does not dilute the content of the material. Interested in working in a fast-paced environment with a diverse team - all focused on making an impact on human health. Responsibilities include overseeing social media for the lab, and developing online and in-print materials for the public.
Experience: 1-4 years experience working in science communication, journalism, and/or marketing with experience in interactive website design preferred.
INTERNS | UNDERGRADUATES | VISITING SCHOLARS
Qualifications: Specific to study. Self-motivated students and scholars are encouraged to apply at all stages of their careers. For summer internships (June-Aug), apply by January.
DOCTORAL & MASTERS STUDENTS
Qualifications: Specific to study. Prospective Masters or PhD students are encouraged to apply through the University of Texas application system. Application deadlines for the PhD program are Nov 1 (priority) / Feb 1 (final), and posted online for the Masters program.