University of Waterloo

Postdoctoral Fellows and PhD Candidates in Biomedical Engineering & Energy Storage, University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada

University of Waterloo

Ontario, Canada

Recruitment Guide
Professor Pu Chen is a fellow of the Canadian Academy of Engineering, University Research Chair, Chair Professor in nano-biomaterials, in the Departments of Chemical Engineering and Physics, University of waterloo. Professor Chen’s group works on the research in biomedicine and energy storage, and their practical applications using self/co-assembly peptides, nano-drug carriers, smart energy materials and batteries. They have hosted more than 50 research projects in Canada, the United States, India, Singapore, and China, with funding over $20 million, and published over 250 SCI papers and 150 patents. The group is looking for talents to join its effort in biomedicine and energy materials.

Research Directions
1) Biomedicine: Nano-biomaterials; Drug and gene delivery; Precise molecular medicine; Patient derived organoids (PDOs); Oncology; RNAi, antibody and Immuno-therapies.
2) Energy: Energy storage and conversion; Novel electrode materials; Rechargeable aqueous batteries.

Requirements
1)Postdoctoral Fellows: published papers in SCI journals in the relevant fields as the first author, and strong independent research ability and professionalism.
2)Doctoral Candidates: Strong academic research ability and excellent English level.
Applicants are requested to provide: a resume with a remark on the position of interest, including research awards, topics, and papers; a copy of relevant certificates for academic qualifications, degrees and professional titles.

Contact email: hr@uwpeptide.com (mail title: name + research interests).

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Postdoctoral Fellows and PhD Candidates in Biomedical Engineering & Energy Storage, University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada