Microfluidics Innovated
Bio-applications

Openings

MIB is a young group that aims to interface engineering and biology. We offer a wide spectrum of training opportunities in the following areas: Microfabrication, Fluorescence Spectroscopy, Disease Diagnosis and DNA Nanotechnology. To learn the group culture further and how to survive in the group, please refer to the MIB Survival Guide.


Postdoc or RA

A postdoctoral position (or excellent research assistant with a master degree) is available. We are looking for candidates with strong background in designing microfluidics for biological applications. The project is focused on developing new strategies to isolate subcellular organelles from clinical samples. The candidate will be supported as the Shun Hing Fellow by the Shun Hing Institute of Advanced Engineering in the Chinese University of Hong Kong. The first contract is 12 months (with possibilities of extension). The position is expected to start as early as July 1, 2018.

To apply for this position, please send the CV and a list of references to the PI, Prof. Megan Yi-Ping Ho at ypho@cuhk.edu.hk.


Prospective PhD students

Students with strong background in engineering (mechanical engineering, chemical engineering, biomedical engineering, electronic engineering), material science, medical science or biological science are welcomed. Excellent students with other majors are also encouraged to contact Dr. Ho for potential openings.

Prospective students with outstanding academic record are encouraged to apply for the Hong Kong PhD fellowship Scheme (HKPFS). Please refer to the Information available at: https://cerg1.ugc.edu.hk/hkpfs/index.html (Deadline: December 1, 2018) As a regular practice, English requirement for PhD application in CUHK is: TOEFL (over 79, internet based) or IELTS (6.5 or above).


Undergraduate Researchers:

We are looking for highly motivated undergraduate researchers to join our interdisciplinary group. Interested in joining us: Please email a resume and transcript to Dr. Megan Yi-Ping Ho (ypho@cuhk.edu.hk).