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Positions and Research Opportunities

Micro-scaled Biomedical Device Laboratory is at the intersection of engineering and biology, aiming to develop breakthrough technologies in biology, medicine, and biotechnology. We welcome students with various educational backgrounds, including electrical engineering, cell biology, biomedical engineering, mechanical engineering, and chemical engineering.

Graduate Students:

We welcomes highly qualified graduate students, who are interested in working on bio-MEMS and microfluidic technologies. Experiences in microfabrication, MATLAB programing, numerical analysis, and experimental biology will be a big advantage. Many of our projects are highly interdisciplinary and you will have chances to expand your research area beyond Electrical Engineering.
If you are interested in joining our lab either as research assistant or research associate, you can send your detailed resume(in pdf) and your peer-reviewed publications to Dr. Park, with a subject starting with '[PhD]' or '[MS]' followed by your last name and first name. In the email, please state your research interests, your final degree, related skills(especially bio-related skill set), VISA status(for international students) and GRE/TOEFL/GPA. Also, briefly describe your roles in each of your publications.

Undergraduate Students:

We are interested in engaging highly motivated undergraduate students. Undergraduate students can gain valuable research experiences and receive training on microfabrication, simulation, cell culture, and other COOL stuffs. Undergraduate researchers are expected to commit to a minimum of 2 semesters and 10-15 hours/week if they want to conduct research in our lab.
If you are interested, you can send your detailed resume(in pdf) to Dr. Park, with a subject starting with '[UG]' followed by your last name and first name. In the email, please state your research interests, related skills, references, and GPA.







Kidong Park, Ph.D., Micro-Biomedical Laboratory

Division of Electrical & Computer Engineering
Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA 70803, USA