We provide a wide spectrum of training opportunities for undergraduate students, graduate students and postdoctoral fellows in the following areas: Multiscale Biofabrication, Stem Cell Research and Tissue Engineering, and Cell Mechanobiology.
Current Opening - Research Scientist
The Kim lab is currently seeking a research scientist for ongoing projects to maintain multiple human ESC and iPSC lines and differentiated cardiomyocytes. Responsibilities include:
• Routinely perform cardiomyocyte differentiation experiments for multiple iPSC lines with strict adherence to SOPs and documentation
• Perform quality control experiments and assist with banking frozen cardiomyocytes
• Help develop and optimize methods for differentiation, QC, production, and analysis
• Track and compile data for analysis and team presentations.
The ideal candidates should have a BA/BS or MS in molecular biology, biology, bioengineering, or a related biological life science and a working knowledge in one of the following areas: stem cell biology or previous experience in mammalian cell culture. All candidates should have excellent verbal and written communication skills, a strong academic record, and the ability to work independently and collaborate with internal and external investigators. Opportunities exist to participate in the preparation of manuscripts, grants, and presentations. Interested candidates are encouraged to contact Prof. Kim directly by sending a cover letter and CV or resume in a single PDF file via email to (firstname.lastname@example.org):
The Kim lab is always interested in hearing from potential postdoctoral fellows in the areas of microfluidic cell culture, functional biomaterials, cardiovascular tissue engineering, and stem cell engineering. The ideal candidates should have strong expertise in one of the following areas: BioMEMS, polymeric biomaterials, micro/nanofabrication, stem cell biology, and quantitative microscopy. Previous experience in microfluidic cell culture is a plus. All candidates should have a strong experimental background, excellent verbal and written communication skills, a strong academic and publication record, and the ability to work independently. Fellows are expected to function independently in the design and development of their research, collaborate with internal and external investigators, and participate in the preparation of manuscripts, grants, and presentations. Interested candidates are encouraged to contact Prof. Kim directly by sending the following documents in a single PDF file via email (email@example.com):
• a cover letter outlining their research interests and career plans
• a CV including three references and their contact information
• PDF files of selected publications
We are currently looking for multiple highly motivated and intelligent students. Several projects are available for Graduate rotation students. Please notice that we can only accept students that have been already admitted in the Johns Hopkins University graduate programs. Please apply through the Department of Biomedical Engineering or other departments at The Johns Hopkins University if you are interested in joining our group.
We always look for outstanding and motivated undergraduate researchers to join our lab. Undergraduates at Johns Hopkins University who are willing and able to spend at least 12 hours/week in lab can contact Prof. Kim (firstname.lastname@example.org) and should submit a CV and statement of interest as a single PDF. We consider undergraduates from all departments and look seriously at students in their sophomore year who plan to commit to staying with our lab during the academic year until their graduation. Independent study for credit and completion of an undergraduate thesis are highly encouraged. For those interested in summer opportunities, we look for students who can commit to volunteer full time for 2 summers (typically after sophomore and junior years). Undergraduate opportunities are subject to availability of graduate and postdoctoral mentors. Undergrads have the chance to work closely with a graduate student or a postdoctoral scientist to perfect skills in stem cell culture, tissue engineering, micro/nano-fabrication, biomaterial synthesis and characterization, fluorescent microscopy, and computational modeling.
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