The post-doc will develop biofluid and biosolid mechanics models of blood flow in the aorta and will work with other members of the group to connect the model with a multiscale model of tissue remodeling. The post-doc will also participate in image analysis and model generation. The post-doc will also work on extending our aorta models to apply to intracranial aneurysm.
Responsibilties: Work in conjunction with faculty mentor who determines the training agenda. (10%) Participate in the design, implementation, and evaluation of a research project. (60%) Prepare and present data to study investigators. (10%) Author, co-author, and otherwise collaborate on reports, conference papers and journal articles. (15%) Supervise research assistants and laboratory personnel. (5%)
Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering, Chemical Engineering or Cell and Molecular Biology or similarly related field.
Strong analytical and technical skills with research and/or laboratory experience in the appropriate field. Experience in basic cell and molecular biology techniques.
Internal Number: 339061
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