Postdoctoral Fellows: Postdoctoral fellow openings for Bioelectronics for Brain Engineering are currently available. A very strong background in advanced nanoelectronics fabrication and a strong motivation to work in a highly interdisciplinary team are important. Interested individuals are encouraged to directly contact Professor Liu with a cover letter, CV, 3 relevant first author paper(s), and the names and emails of three referees.

Postdoctoral Fellow in Bioengineering (posted 1/22/2021):  The Liu group at the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) at Harvard is looking for an exceptional and energetic postdoctoral fellow working on developing and applying imaging and genomic tools (e.g., imaging-based single cell genomics and spatial-omics) to understand the complexity of biological systems.  Please click here for the complete posting on the Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences Open Academic Positions website to see further details and how to apply (scroll down to the "Postdoctoral Fellow in Bioengineering" entry).

Graduate Students: Graduate student openings for both Masters students and Ph.D. students are currently available. Students who are interested in nanoelectronics and bioelectronics, and students with a strong background in math, physics, computer vision, machine learning, signal processing, computational biology, bioinformatics, analog circuit design or neuroscience are strongly encouraged to directly contact Professor Liu with their CV.

Fellow/Research Assistants: Fellow/Research Assistant openings for Computational Science and Engineering, and Bioengineering are currently available. Students with interdisciplinary backgrounds in Computer Science, Engineering, Biology and Chemistry are preferred. Please contact Professor Liu directly to apply. Unless you have extensive experience, we typically expect potential research fellow/assistants to volunteer until they are proficient in these skills.

Visiting Scholar/Visiting Undergraduate Research Interns: Visiting scholar/Visiting undergraduate research interns who can stay in the lab for at least 6-12 months will be considered. Excellent research experience and communication skills, and willingness to work with a highly interdisciplinary team, are important. Scholars and students can email Professor Liu with their CV, names and emails of three references and a brief research statement.