|Graduate studies opportunities
We are currently only taking graduate students with scholarships.
If you are curious and love to do creative + hands-on + multidisciplinary research, this is for you. All backgrounds are welcome. Students should have a strong track record in physical sciences or engineering. Students in my lab will develop multidisciplinary skills including: single-molecule techniques, fluorescence and super-resolution microscopy, scientific and biomedical instrumentation, cell adhesion, nanotechnology, molecular biology, surface and conjugation chemistry, etc.
Please contact me and apply through Application & Admission @ UBC Okanagan Campus
Funding for Canadian applicants
Funding for international applicants
2 Postdoc positions:
Position 1: We are looking for a postdoc to develop molecular force sensors to study neural junction mechanics. Candidate should have expertise in biophysics, immunofluorescence, bioconjugation, and cell biology.
Position 2: We are looking for a postdoc to study the biogenesis and in situ labelling of exosomes. The Candidate should have experience in biophysics, inimmunofluorescence and endosome and exosome biology.
We are seeking postdocs with background in single-molecule techniques, fluorescence microscopy and cell biology. Postdocs are strongly recommended to apply for the following funding opportunities:
Thesis and Directed Studies
CHEM448/449 and BIOC448/449 students should contact me directly.
Please check back in April for 2018 opportunities.
Summer Research Programs
Students at UBC Okanagan should apply for URA and NSERC-USRA summer fellowships. Deadline is Jan 31, 2018.
Please check out Mitac Globalink Research Internship.