OPEN POSITIONS

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We are currently looking for a post-doctoral candidate in particularly for the area of Electrochemiluminescence and/or microfluidics.

If you have a strong interest in joining the Deiss lab, please send an email to Dr. Deiss with an updated CV and a short statement about your relevant research experience, your predicted contribution to the group and your long term professional goals.

There are also openings for graduate students to join the research group.

Undergraduate students with a strong interest in research and solid commitment might be considered as well.

If you are interested in joining the lab, please contact Dr. Deiss by e-mail or stop by her office in LD326.

 

See you in Boston for the ACS Fall meeting

Armelle and Frederique will present at the 256th ACS National Meeting (Boston; Aug 19-23, 2018).

Let us know if you are going too… 🙂

 

(2982778) “Electrochemical paper-based devices for oral preventative care through pH sensing”

(2985520) “In-field electrochemical detection of chlorate for explosives assessment”

(2979960) “Electrochemical quantification of potassium on paper-based devices”

Posters and Awards at ACS Indiana Think Like a Molecule

All the students of the Deiss Lab did a great job presenting their work at the annual poster symposium of ACS Indiana local section, Think Like a Molecule.

Emma and Henok: Congratulations on your Awards!

Henok B. Habtamu Postdoctoral fellow “Honorable Mention” for the ACS Chair Award 2017 at the ACS Indiana Section Annual Poster Session
Emma Brown Senior undergraduate 3rd for the Kurek Award 2017 at the ACS Indiana Section Annual Poster Session

Available Positions

Team1There are openings for graduate and undergraduate students to join the research group.

If you are interested in joining the lab, please contact Dr. Deiss by e-mail or stop by her office in LD326.

 

A post-doctoral candidate might also be considered. If you have a strong interest in joining the Deiss lab, please send an email to Dr. Deiss with an updated CV and a short statement about your relevant research experience, your predicted contribution to the group and your long term professional goals.