|Hashemi Lab||Iowa State University|
Bio Microfluidics and
JCM-6000 NeoScope Benchtop SEM
Axio Observer Z1 Inverted Microscope - Zeiss
Plasma Cleaner - Harrick Plasma
Vacuum Oven - Fisher Scientific
Dual-Drive Syringe Pump - Cole Parmer
Infusion/Withdrawal Syringe Pump - GENIE Plus
UV-Vis spectrometer - Perkin Elmer
BlueWave UV Curing Spot Lamp
Biological Safety Cabinet, Class II - Labconco
Graduate and Undergraduate Students
We are currently seeking highly motivated graduate and undergraduate students to conduct research in our laboratory. For research topic areas, see Reresearch page.
Interested students should contact Professor Hashemi via email with the following information:
- Resume/Curriculum Vitae
- References (names & email addresses of 3 people for whom you have worked)
Graduate students with scholraship/fellowship support are encouraged to include this information in their email.
The project involves experimental work on studying cell-biomaterial interactions and polymeric scaffold. Knowledge of polymeric biomaterials, mammalian cell culture, microscopic characterization techniques, and analytical measurement methods is expected. Knowledge of cavitation dynamics is a plus. A Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Chemical and Biological Engineering, Materials Science or a related field is required.
1. Minimum of 3 first authored publications in peer-reviewed, internationally recognized journals.
2. Proven ability to work independently and in a group. Proven leadership skills are a plus.
The candidate will be part of a dynamic interdisciplinary group. Willingness and ability to communicate with colleagues from different backgrounds and academic levels are a necessity. The positions are available for immediate start. Qualified applicants should send: i) CV, ii) PDF copies of first author publications, and iii) name and contact information of three references for whom they have worked via email, to Professor Hashemi at email@example.com.
|Ionic Electroactive Polymer Actuator in Water||Water-Oil Separation by PDMS Microporous Composite|
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