Potential opportunities are available in the Shukla Lab for talented graduate students, postdocs, and undergraduates. Please contact Professor Shukla directly to discuss your interest in these opportunities.
The Shukla Lab is looking for a postdoc in the area of targeted and responsive biomaterials for treatment of bacterial infections. The project will have a large in vivo focus and we are considering applicants with a broad range of training backgrounds (engineering, chemistry, microbiology, etc.). Please share the opportunity!
- Updated CV (including GPAs and names of at least 3 references)
- Cover letter expressing interest, research background, and research goals
- Updated CV (including GPAs and names of references if available)
- Cover letter expressing interest, background, and research goals
*Note: Be sure that you have the time to commit to research in the Shukla Lab before contacting Professor Shukla. Our undergraduates are required to spend 12+ hours/week on their research. We usually only accept students that plan to continue their research over multiple semesters and/or the summer.
About the Shukla Lab: The Shukla Lab for Designer Biomaterials is part of the School of Engineering, Center for Biomedical Engineering, and Institute for Molecular and Nanoscale Innovation at Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island. We are a diverse group of students and postdocs with backgrounds in Biomedical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, and Chemistry, led by PI, Anita Shukla. The lab focuses on the development of biomaterials-based treatments for microbial infections. The lab is currently funded by the DoD, NSF, and Falk Foundation. Learn more at www.designerbiomaterials.com and follow our work on Twitter @ShuklaLab.