- Faculty – Engineering – Other Engineering
- Faculty – Engineering – Mechanical
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cardiovascular biomechanics. Candidates should have a Ph.D. in Engineering Mechanics, Mechanical Engineering, Materials Engineering,
Electrical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, or related field, and excel in experiments, theory, computational modeling, or any
combination of these approaches. Specific areas of expertise include (but are not limited to) cellular and tissue biomechanics, constitutive
and computational modeling, organ and cell culture systems, bioimaging, and cardiovascular devices such as stents, grafts, and catheters.
New hires are expected to develop a research project for the Cardiovascular Biomechanics COBRE within their first year. They are also
expected to establish and maintain a world-class extramurally-funded research program and productive collaborations with clinical partners
at the neighboring medical centers. Other duties include teaching courses in the area of preparation, supervising students and research
associates, and providing departmental, university, and professional service. For full consideration, please submit the following documents
as a single PDF file: cover letter, curriculum vitae, statements of research and teaching interests, contact information for at least 3
references, and specific aims for the project you would like to submit as part of the cardiovascular device-focused COBRE.
Conduct biomedical research and participate in scholarly activity with a defined focus on Cardiovascular Biomechanics. Supervise graduate
students, technicians, and research associates. Obtain external funding. Develop effective collaboration with clinical partners. Teach
courses in area of preparation. Complement the research of existing Center members. Provide departmental, university and professional
The university and department have a strong commitment to diversity in its varied forms and to fostering an inclusive
and welcoming learning environment where students, faculty and staff thrive and succeed. With a metropolitan mission, UNO serves a diverse
student body with a large number of first-generation college students and is also actively engaged with the community in myriad ways.
- PhD in Engineering Mechanics, Mechanical Engineering, Materials Engineering,
Electrical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, or related field.
- Experience with arterial tissue characterization, modeling and
simulation, organ culture, and/or development/manufacturing of cardiovascular devices, including stents, grafts, and catheters.
analysis and manuscript preparation skills.
- Post-doctoral experience is preferred.
- Established record of scholarly activity
with a strong commitment to biomedical research.
Documents needed to apply:
- Cover letter
- Statement of Research Interests
- Statement of Teaching Interests
- Names, emails, and phone numbers for at least
3 professional references
- Specific Aims for the project to be submitted as part of the new COBRE.
University of Nebraska at Omaha
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