The School of Chemistry & Biochemistry seeks up to two permanent instructional faculty members to serve as organic chemistry laboratory coordinators.
The School of Chemistry & Biochemistry seeks a permanent instructional faculty member with interests in analytical chemistry. The appointment will be made at either the Academic Professional or Senior Academic Professional level.
This position will:
(i) codirect the analytical chemistry undergraduate program
(ii) provide undergraduate academic advising to 40-50 of our majors
(iii) instruct 14-16 credits per year
Interested students should email Prof. García for more information!
The Georgia Tech NIH-funded T32 CTEng program provides advanced and integrated training for pre-doctoral engineering students in cell and tissue engineering to develop future leaders for the biotechnology industries.
(Posted 3/1/23) - The Institute for Bioengineering and Bioscience (IBB) is located in Georgia Tech's thriving Biotechnology Complex was launched in 1995. IBB serves to catalyze new research and education initiatives at the interface of bioengineering and bioscience and integrate the broad range of bio-related activities throughout Georgia Tech and its partner institutions.
(Posted 2/2/2023) Georgia Tech is launching a major new initiative advancing neuroscience, neurotechnology, and our understanding of its societal impacts. This effort needs a program manager to help drive all aspects of the initiative forward, including communications, community building, events and programming. The ideal person in this role is organized, detail-oriented, community-minded, an excellent communicator, and thrives giving structure to exciting but emerging projects.
(Posted 1/25/2023) Multiple postdoctoral fellowships are available with competitive salary and travel support in the Jewett laboratory in the Department of Bioengineering at Stanford University. This is an opportunity to create groundbreaking technologies in the heart of the Bay Area with the potential to reshape the global biotechnology industry.
The Division of Pediatric Allergy and Immunology serves the children of North Carolina in the diagnosis and treatment of known or suspected immune deficiencies and allergic diseases, including food and environmental allergies. Within the Division, established and anticipated research studies conducted by the UNC Food Allergy Initiative (www.uncfoodallergy.org) supports a nationally recognized program.