I am looking to fill one postdoc position in the general area of neuromechanics and traumatic brain injury.
Candidates should have a strong background in either engineering mechanics or neuroscience. Experience with confocal or multi-photon imaging techniques is preferred but not required. Candidates are expected to perform tissue dissections, 3D/4D imaging, and quantitative, mechanics-based and immunochemistry-based analyses.
Interested candidates shall email me their CV and a letter of recommendation of their PhD advisor to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Important: Full consideration will not be granted for applications without a recommendation/evaluation letter from the PhD advisor.
PhD Student Openings
I am looking for 1-2 PhD students with a mechanical or biomedical engineering background interested in neuromechanics, particularly in the area of traumatic brain injury (concussions) starting in the Fall of 2020.
Due to the large volume of requests every year, I am most often not able to respond to individual inquiries via email prior submission of the application.
I am looking for 1-2 MS students with either a mechanical, biomedical or physics engineering background starting in the Fall of 2018. All interested applicants are encouraged to apply to either to the Mechanical Engineering or Biomedical Engineering Master's program at the University of Wisconsin (https://www.engr.wisc.edu). Due to the large volume of requests every year, I am most often not able to respond to individual inquiries via email prior submission of the application.
MS Student Openings
There are currently no undergraduate research openings in the Franck Lab. Please check back in the near future for potential postings.