Our researchers develop expertise in creating new technologies and directing them into making breakthrough scientific discoveries for medicine. Due to our focus on impact, we are only able to recruit highly creative and collaborative fellows and students, who aspire to become leaders of the field. Our lab promotes a diverse and inclusive environment, and it is committed to social justice and mutual respect for all individuals.
We currently have one open position in 2022. The fellow will function as an executive associate director of an inter-disciplinary and inter-institutional collaboration between Jain Lab at TAMU Engineering, John Cooke Lab at Houston Methodist Cardiovascular Biology, and John Connor Lab at Boston University National Emerging Infectious Disease Lab. The candidate is expected to demonstrate superlative creativity, scientific rigor, oral and written communication skills and an engineer’s aptitude to solve a highly complex problem of understanding COVID-19 induced thrombosis and propose treatments using bioengineered experimental models. Interested candidates should email their CV with a cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
One opening might be available in Fall 2022! Graduate students are the backbone of our lab. We are seeking students primarily with Biomedical Engineering degrees, although students from other science and engineering departments, and the departments of the Texas A&M Health Science Center are very welcome to explore opportunities with us. An ideal candidate would hold an MS/M.Tech degree from a reputed program and would have accomplished coursework in cell biology and/or physiology, in addition to rigorous training in engineering and mathematics. However, we are always excited to review applications of out-of-the-box candidates who propose to add new perspectives to our research. Interested prospective students should contact email@example.com with their CV after submitting a full application to the Texas A&M graduate program.
We are always happy to host BME@TAMU undergraduate students who value research-based education and who would contribute to the diversity in our lab. We expect students to be mentored by fellows and/or graduate students, and eventually be able to execute a research project independently. We provide writing support to highly motivated students in their graduate fellowship applications. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org