The UCLA Department of Radiology is recruiting for an Adjunct Faculty member at the Assistant, Associate or Professor level for the Center for Minimally Invasive Therapeutics (C-MIT) Team with UCLA Health. The successful candidate will be responsible for performing research in translational regenerative therapy. A strong interest and experience in tissue engineering, 3D bioprinting and organ-on-chip models is required. A PhD degree is required and experience in bioabsorbable polymeric biomaterials, multifunctional drug release implants and electrospun nanofibrous constructs is desired. Teaching and research ability as demonstrated by publications is desirable.
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