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We are excited to announce a cohort hiring initiative for Postdoctoral Associates for multiple positions in a colocated, interdisciplinary research laboratory involving multiple faculty. Jump to the Postdoc section to read more.



Assistant Professor – Drug Delivery

Applicants should have a Ph.D. in biomedical engineering, biophysics, mechanical engineering, chemical engineering, materials science, or a closely related discipline. For this Drug Delivery position, we are particularly interested in candidates who focus on immunoengineering, cell-based immunotherapy, vaccine design, micro-/nano-particles, targeted delivery of therapeutic agents, new technologies for antimicrobial control with a broader interest on biomaterial applications in translational biomedical research. Candidates from related research areas are encouraged to apply. For additional information please contact the chair of the search committee, Zhen Ma

Full description and to apply: Assistant Professor – Drug Delivery


Assistant Professors – Neuroscience

The Department of Biology, in collaboration with the Interdisciplinary Neuroscience Program , the Aging Studies, and BioInspired Institutes at Syracuse University is pleased to announce the availability of two tenure-track positions in the focus area of Neuroscience and Aging. Faculty hired into these positions will build on existing strengths in cell and molecular neurobiology, behavioral and systems neuroscience, neurological disease modeling, neuropharmacology and toxicology, developmental neurobiology, and astrocyte biology and will establish their research labs in the world-class Life Sciences Complex. Questions can be addressed to search chair, Sandra Hewett

Full description and to apply: Assistant Professor – Neuroscience


Postdocs and Technicians

We are hiring six (6) postdoctoral associates to be part of a cohort of postdocs joining multiple research groups in a new, interdisciplinary laboratory in the BioInspired Institute for Material and Living Systems. The BioInspired Institute spans multiple departments in the Colleges of Arts and Sciences and the College of Engineering and Computer Science. The overarching goals of the Institute are to enhance collaboration and promote world-class interdisciplinary research to quantitatively understand complex biological systems, and rationally design programmable smart materials to address grand challenges in health, medicine, and materials innovation.

Postdoctoral associates in this cohort will:

  • Join an exciting and dynamic multidisciplinary institute that includes an existing population of 20+ postdocs.
  • Work in newly-renovated, interdisciplinary laboratories in the Center for Science and Technology, along with other BioInspired faculty, students, and postdocs from Biology, Biomedical Engineering, Chemistry, Mechanical Engineering, and Physics.
  • Have access to the Institute’s extensive Professional Development Program, which focuses on skills of special interest to trainees in STEM.
  • Access numerous Institute and campus resources including the BioInspired Materials Characterization Core, the Blatt Bioimaging Center, Syracuse University Research Computing clusters, and more.

To apply, please see the individual position descriptions released by each faculty principle investigator:

  • Theodore Walker: Synthesis and characterization of catalytic materials or computational tools and theories for modeling biological systems, especially in solvent effects and liquid phase biomass conversion processes. Apply here.
  • Yaoying Wu: This postdoc will  design biomaterial platforms for the delivery of biologics to modulate immune cell function. The hire will will have ample opportunities to collaborate with bioengineers, chemists, microbiologists, and immunologists. Apply here.
  • Yi Zheng: This position seeks a postdoc to conduct research on controllable and reproducible human biosystems using stem cells; and to apply these biosystems for new discoveries in human development, disease etiology, and regenerative medicine. Apply here.

You may also search for additional positions at SUJobOpps.

Please check the research pages of individual faculty to find additional post-doctoral or graduate student openings. The Institute’s profile on Experts@Syracuse may help identify relevant investigators.