We welcome applications from excellent and enthusiastic students and postdocs to join the Stevens Group! We receive a very high number of applicants and successful PhD applicants will typically have graduated with a high First class honours degree and have research experience. Successful postdocs will have a strong publication record. Since the group is usually full it is best for prospective applicants to contact a year or so in advance where possible. In both cases we welcome the very best researchers from all over the world and from many different backgrounds - the group hosts chemists, engineers, cell biologists, surgeons, physicists and materials scientists who are looking for an interdisciplinary adventure!
Postdocs and Students
Prospective students and postdocs are invited to directly contact Prof Molly Stevens.
To apply to an open postdoc position on this page or to find out more information on these vacancies, please see Imperial College's Jobsite and search for that particular position.
More information on the student positions can be found here, and to apply for a student position, please see Imperial College's Registry.
CURRENT OPEN VACANCIES
Research Associate in Research Data Analyst
خيار ثنائي بوت تحميل Closing Date: June 16 2016
This project will be aimed at supporting the preparation of research data sets and publications as well as organisation of supportive documents relating to ongoing research activities. The post is based within the Biomaterials group at Imperial College London, working with Professor Molly Stevens and involves collaboration with a number of other internationally recognised research groups. The Stevens Group has received numerous awards for outstanding biomaterials related research (www.stevensgroup.org) and comprises a multidisciplinary group of postdoctoral fellows and PhD students. For more information, search 'EN20160169LE' on Imperial College's Jobsite.
PhD position in Conductive polymers for the integrated in vitro investigation of neural networks
ثنائي نظام خيارات الذهب استعراض انفجار Closing Date: January 29 2016
Studying neurons in a controlled setting is vital for understanding the workings of the brain and the processes that go wrong during the development of disease. An integral part of such studies is providing a suitable material which allows populations of cells to grow, interact and be investigated.
This highly interdisciplinary project, co-supervised by Profs Molly Stevens and Ramon Vilar, will develop scaffolds which combine conductive elements which stimulate neuronal signalling, with biological growth cues and bio-sensors for the detection of key neuronal metabolites. The versatile system developed will allow key questions in neurobiology and regenerative medicine to be addressed.
Knowledge of chemical synthetic protocols and materials science is highly desirable.
If you have questions or would like further information about the project, please contact Prof Molly Stevens directly. More information on the project and application process (deadline: Jan 29 2016) can be found here.
PhD position in the development of new biomaterials for regenerative medicine
الخيارات الثنائية التداول التجريبي Closing Date: The position will be filled as applications are received
This project aims to synthesise polymer-based materials designed according to the requisites in bone or cardiovascular tissue engineering. A major goal will be the elucidation of the physical and chemical properties at the cell-material interface using state of the art materials-based characterisation techniques. The key features of the materials’ properties on the influence of cells in 2D and 3D culture will then be assessed.
الحسابات التجريبية تداول الخيارات الثنائية Supervisor: Prof Molly M. Stevens
أربح المال من تعبئة المغلفات Positions available: 1
سوق الاسهم بدبي Start Date: Optional
افضل موقع لمتابعة الاسهم مباشر Duration: 36 months
متى تطرح اسهم اسمنت مكه Funding: Available to UK/EU applicants only. International applicants must be self-funded.
الخيارات الثنائية أداء مركز فيينا الدولي Deadline to apply: Enquiries can be made at any time
PhD position in the development of new biomaterials for biosensing
التمويل الخيار الثنائي Closing Date: The position will be filled as applications are received
This project will focus on the development of new nanomaterial-based assays that detect biomarkers specific to cancer and infectious diseases according to relevant biomarker concentrations and cost-amenability. The physical properties of the assay will need to be completely characterised to understand the effects of agglomeration and influence of surrounding proteins. This project includes preclinical tests using patient samples.
مؤشر اسهم البلاد Supervisor: Prof Molly M. Stevens
معلومات الفوركس Positions available: 1
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الاسهم المحلية مباشر Duration: 36 months
سعر الذهب Funding: Available to UK/EU applicants only. International applicants must be self-funded.
بيع وشراء الاسهم Deadline to apply: Enquiries can be made at any time
Research Associate (postdoc) in Multivariate Data Analysis
خيار ثنائي مع الحد الأدنى للإيداع Closing Date: The position will be filled as applications are received
This project will involve performing multivariate data analyses, conducted in a high-performance computing cluster or through data retrieval optimised by confidence estimations, on spectra optained using micro-Raman spectroscopy of tissue and of living cells. A range of multivariate statistical analyses is employed and complemented with ongoing cell biology in the Stevens Group to understand how these spectral changes relate to cell genotype and phenotype, which requires algorithmic analysis for optimised data retrieval.
Research Associate (postdoc) in Micro-Raman Spectroscopy of Cells and Tissue
Closing Date: The position will be filled as applications are received
Raman spectroscopy can potentially offer a non-invasive, information rich biochemical “snap-shot” of living human cells rapidly, without the need of labels or contrast enhancers. This project will involve performing micro-Raman spectroscopy of tissue and of living cells as a function of cell differentiation and drug exposure. A range of multivariate statistical analyses will be employed and the experiments will be complemented with ongoing cell biology in the research group to understand how these spectral changes relate to cell genotype and phenotype.