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NEW!!! Paid summer internship for undergrads (June-Aug 2018)

One PAID summer intern position is available (June-mid Aug 2018) for undergrad students from local Singapore Universities. Candidates must be either Singapore citizen, Singapore PR or foreign students holding a valid Singapore-issued student pass that allows them to be employed as student asistants till mid-Aug 2018. This position is NOT open for overseas students.Candidates finishing second or third year of their undergrad programs with a cGPA of at least 4.0/5.0 are preferred. Prior experience in a research laboratory setting is highly desirable. The selected student will be working in projects related to development of smart drug delivery systems or cell-based therapeutics for diabetes treatment. If the selected candidate is a third-year NTU SCBE student, he/she will be given priority to conduct Final Year Project (FYP) research in our lab for AY18/19. Some stipend will be given to help the student defray the cost of living. Interested students should contact Prof. Dang via email (ttdang@ntu.edu.sg, " Summer internship application - applicant name" in the email subject line) with a PDF file of your CV/resume and a copy of your unofficial grade report/degree audit. Only shortlisted candidates will be notified.

 

Postdoctoral research fellows

(No opening at the moment)

 

Graduate Students:

Prospective PhD Candidates should have an undergraduate degree in Chemical/Biomedical/Material Engineering, Chemistry, Pharmaceutical Science, Biochemistry, Biological Science or a related Science/Engineering discipline.

Our current project openings for Aug 2018/ Jan 2019 are

Project 1 : Modulation of wound healing response to implanted biomaterials by biologically responsive drug delivery systems

Project 2 : Retrievable cell encapsulation device for the immunoisolation of insulin-secreting beta cells in diabetes therapy

Applicants interested in pursuing graduate research projects in Prof Dang's lab are encouraged to apply for the following scholarship schemes.

http://igs.ntu.edu.sg/Programmes/Prospective%20Students/Pages/Programme-Highlights.aspx

https://www.a-star.edu.sg/singa-award/

https://www.a-star.edu.sg/Awards-Scholarship/Scholarships-Attachments/For-Graduate-PhD-Studies/A-STAR-Graduate-Scholarship-Singapore.aspx

Interested candidates should contact Prof. Dang via email (ttdang.at.ntu.edu.sg, "PhD application - applicant name" in the email subject line) with a single PDF file containing CV, academic transcripts, and any English proficiency test score (IELTS, TOEFL, GRE, GATE) if available. Only shortlisted candidates will be notified to discuss potential research projects.


 

 

VOLUNTEER Undergraduate Students:

Interested Singapore-based undergrads in their 1st, 2nd or 3rd year are welcome to join our projects anytime throughout the year. 3rd year SCBE students who are interested in doing FYP in our lab in their 4th year may express their interest as early as May 2018. Each undegrad will be assigned to a postdoc or graduate student mentor who will guide them on planning experimental research and new laboratory skills. They will also be trained on reading scientific literature, presentation and report writing skills. Motivated undegrads who contributed meaningfully to our research will gain recognition through co-authorship in publication. Interested students should contact Prof. Dang via email (ttdang@ntu.edu.sg, "Undergraduate internship application - applicant name" in the email subject line) with a PDF file of your CV/resume and a copy of your unofficial grade report/degree audit. Only shortlisted candidates will be notified.