OPPORTUNITIES

The Mechanobiology Institute, Singapore is a multi-disciplinary institute committed to developing new paradigms for biomedical research by focusing on the quantitative analysis of dynamic functional processes. We are seeking outstanding candidates for the following positions:

Research Assistant position available at MBI

By deedupuy@nus.edu.sg | Published July 30th, 2015

The Mechanobiology Institute, Singapore is a multi-disciplinary institute committed to develop new paradigms for biomedical research by focusing on the quantitative analysis of dynamic functional processes. Through quantitative biophysical approaches, we address major problems in biomedical sciences including pathogenesis (from bacterial to cancer), tissue regeneration and function. Position is now open for a research assistant at…

Research Assistant position open in Kanchanawong Lab

By deedupuy@nus.edu.sg | Published July 27th, 2015

Position: Research Assistant Location: Mechanobiology Insitute, NUS. Date Posted: July 2015 We are looking for a candidate with at least a Bachelor’s degree in Biological Sciences or related areas.  Successful candidate will work closely with senior lab members in studying cell-matrix or cell-cell interactions by advanced imaging methods.  Expected tasks include performing mammalian cell culture,…

MBI seeking applicants for junior tenure-track faculty positions

By deedupuy@nus.edu.sg | Published July 9th, 2015

The Mechanobiology Institute, Singapore is a multi-disciplinary institute committed to developing new paradigms for biomedical research by focusing on the quantitative analysis of function and mechanics. We are seeking outstanding candidates for junior tenure-track faculty positions with a background in molecular and cell biology, biophysics, biology-related engineering, or computer sciences and a commitment to collaborative…

MBI seeking applicants for fellowship positions

By deedupuy@nus.edu.sg | Published July 9th, 2015

The MBI Fellowships provides talented young scientists a rare opportunity to set up research programs of their own as an alternative to traditional post-doctoral positions. Recent PhD graduates with proven excellence in research are given the resources to work as junior principal investigators, free from distraction by formal teaching responsibilities and grant applications. MBI Fellows…

Seeking Senior Scientific Illustrator at MBI

By deedupuy@nus.edu.sg | Published July 9th, 2015

The Mechanobiology Institute (MBI), National University of Singapore has an exciting position open for a science graduate with a talent in scientific illustration or 3D animation. The Science Communications Unit at the MBI, is responsible for the production of various written and visual media that explain the scientific processes studied in the emerging field of…

Seeking RA for cell and molecular biology, Mechanobiology Institute Singapore

By deedupuy@nus.edu.sg | Published July 9th, 2015

The Mechanobiology Institute, Singapore is a multidisciplinary institute committed to developing new paradigms for biomedical research by focusing on the quantitative analysis of dynamic functional processes. Through quantitative biophysical approaches, we address major problems related to the role of mechanical constraints on biological functions. A position is now open for a research assistant at the Institute. The successful…

Singapore NRF Fellowships

By deedupuy@nus.edu.sg | Published July 16th, 2013

The Singapore National Research Foundation (NRF) Fellowship Scheme is a globally competitive programme to attract, recruit and root young scientists and researchers to conduct independent research in Singapore. Singapore NRF Fellows will be given complete independence and freedom to pursue their own research directions. They will also be free to choose the host organization which will give…