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Presidential Postdoctoral Fellowship in Engineering for Regenerative Medicine and Biomaterials Innovations

Arizona State University

Arizona State University

Washington, DC, USA
Posted on Wednesday, June 5, 2024

Arizona State University: Office of the University Provost Tempe: Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering: School of Biological and Health Systems Engineering

Location

Tempe Campus - Arizona State University

Open Date

Oct 05, 2023

Description

The School of Biological and Health Systems Engineering (SBHSE) and School of Engineering of Matter, Transport, and Energy (SEMTE) at Arizona State University (ASU) invites applications for up to 2 postdoctoral scholar positions in Engineering for Regenerative Medicine and Biomaterials Innovation.

SBHSE and SEMTE are a part of the Fulton Schools of Engineering. A rich regenerative medicine and materials engineering research community spans across SBHSE and SEMTE, thereby facilitating a broader post-doctoral research community consisting of internal research seminar series, external research seminars and networking with the biomaterials community, and writing groups. We also leverage interaction and engagement with additional Schools (i.e., School of Life Sciences, College of Health Solutions) and strategic clinical partners (i.e., Mayo Clinic – Center for Regenerative Medicine) to enhance training in regenerative medicine.

The postdoctoral scholars selected will join a cohort of 10-15 other postdoctoral scholars at ASU as part of the Presidential Postdoctoral Fellowship Program. The goal of the program is to support the career development of outstanding Ph.D. recipients with great potential for advancing the ASU Charter into a future tenure track appointment at ASU.

The program seeks applicants whose professional preparedness, experience, and accomplishments are informed by experiences working with and within groups historically underrepresented or underserved in higher education in the United States. Where pools of qualified applicants are strong, priority will be given to applicants who demonstrate, through prior actions and achievements, intentional and actioned commitment to inclusive excellence. Examples of such contributions are research, teaching, mentorship, service, or creative activity focused on empowering underserved populations that increases equitable access and inclusion in fields where historically excluded populations are underrepresented.

SBHSE and SEMTE have committed to providing individualized mentorship and career development to ensure each candidate is well prepared to succeed in a future tenure track appointment. Fellows will identify a primary mentor among SBHSE and SEMTE faculty and assemble a mentor team to provide robust support and career development necessary for a successful transition to a tenure-track faculty position. Career development and community building will also occur through programmatic support at the ASU Graduate College’s Postdoctoral Affairs Office.

About Arizona State University

ASU is a large, comprehensive, research university and for nearly two decades, has transformed into the “New American University,” one dedicated to the simultaneous pursuit of excellence, broad access to quality education, and meaningful societal impact. By our Charter and Design Aspirations, we center inclusion and success as values that drive the enterprise; adopt inter- and transdisciplinary approaches to teaching and learning as ways to address society’s greatest challenges; and develop innovative partnerships to produce master learners across the lifespan. To learn more about ASU, visit http://www.asu.edu.

Qualifications

Successful candidates will engage in scholarly research and may be asked to perform duties common to academic personnel, including grant writing and teaching.

Minimum qualifications

  • Ph.D. (or equivalent degree) in biomedical, chemical, or materials science engineering or related discipline.
  • Successful track record of scholarly products in biomedical, biomaterials, and/or regenerative medicine
  • Commitment to promoting inclusive trainee environments that align with upholding the ASU Charter.

Desired qualifications

  • Commitment to trans-disciplinary teaming.
  • Ability to engage in well-established research initiatives with numerous healthcare providers within the Phoenix area.

This position is located at the Arizona State University at the Tempe campus. All postdoctoral fellowship positions are for one year. Options for an additional one or two years of funding or a transition to a tenure track position may be offered, depending on each fellow’s progress and training needs. Faculty tenure track appointments will require a process of review within the designated tenure home unit (i.e., SBHSE or SEMTE).

Application Instructions

Applications can be submitted online via https://hiring.engineering.asu.edu/. Application materials should include:

  • a curriculum vitae
  • a letter of interest describing how you meet the qualifications noted above
  • contact information for 3 references, including email addresses.

Application deadline is November 18, 2023. Applications will continue to be accepted on a rolling basis for a reserve pool. Applications in the reserve pool may then be reviewed in the order in which they were received until the position is filled.

Inquiries can be directed to the search committee chair, Professor Sarah Stabenfeldt, at sarah.stabenfeldt@asu.edu.