Faculty Position in Medical Devices and Diagnostics

Keck Graduate Institute
Job Location
535 Watson Drive
Claremont, CA 91711
Job Description

Applications are sought for a faculty member at any level dedicated to excellence in interdisciplinary teaching and research in the area of biomedical devices or diagnostics.

We seek entrepreneurial individuals specializing in the development of biomedical devices, diagnostics, sensors, or instrumentation with knowledge of engineering design/development in a regulated environment (FDA 510k or PMA experience). The successful candidate should have a PhD in a relevant engineering field and will be expected to obtain external funding to support their research that could range from single-investigator scientific research to SBIR-type collaborative research and development with industry. Research interests could include tissue engineering, microfluidics, biomaterials, drug delivery, medical instrumentation, bioanalytical and research tools, companion diagnostics, or a host of other specialties that involve applied interdisciplinary collaboration.


The Keck Graduate Institute is a member of the Claremont Colleges and is dedicated to education and research aimed at translating into practice the power and potential of the life sciences. The planned start date is Summer or Fall 2016. Applications should be submitted by December 30th and should include a cover letter describing interests and plans for research and teaching activity with a CV and list of 3 contacts for references to bioengineer-prof-app@kgi.edu .

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