POSITIONS OPEN


We are recruiting talented postdoctoral researchers to do exciting and creative research, especially in the field of biology, chemistry, chemical biology, and immunology.

We are actively recruiting:

1) Postdoctoral researcher with a background in 3D printing and/or additive manufacturing of biomaterials and medical devices.
A strong background in areas such as biomechanics, materials science, or tissue engineering would be highly advantageous. Proficiency in basic programming for 3D printing and imaging software, or the ability to develop and optimize design and manufacturing processes, is preferred.

2) Technician with a background in small animal surgery (e.g., bone defect surgery, tumor models with IV injections), imaging analysis (e.g., micro-CT, bioluminescence imaging), and histology analysis, or willing to learn.

We are also seeking excellent postdoctoral researchers with backgrounds in biomaterials and biomedical engineering (tissue engineering, organ-on-a-chip, 3D printing, medical device development, AI/machine learning). We expect postdoctoral researchers to do high impact research, which can contribute to the science community and help patients.
A career at the Center for Engineered Therapeutics will offer you the opportunity to learn how to define important questions, solve problems, manage teams, and translating biological understandings into the clinic.
The center will provide training in experiment design, result analysis, scientific writing, and other guidance for the career development. We are fully equipped for material synthesis and characterization, bioengineering, immunochemistry, synthetic chemistry, pharmacology, molecular biology, in vitro assays and in vivo studies. In addition to professional research training in the center, the researchers will be exposed to high-level seminars and conferences held at Harvard and MIT.
For applying, please email your cover letter, curriculum vitae including the name of three referees, and brief write up on past research, addressed to Drs.Shiladitya Sengupta (shiladit@mit.edu) & Hae Lin Jang (haelin@mit.edu), Co-Directors of CET (cet.bwh@gmail.com).


PhD Position

Check out the HMS PhD Program or the MIT HST admissions process. We take students from the pool of applicants who have been successful in getting admitted.
Please do not write to us for a PhD position as we do not influence the admission process.


Brigham and Women’s Hospital is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, ancestry, age, veteran status, disability unrelated to job requirements, genetic information, military service, or other protected status.