Opportunities for Collaborators

     The Kohn Lab partners with health care organizations, government agencies, and industrial collaborators that have expressed an interest in the commercialization of new products and therapies emerging from the lab's research and development activities. We invite scientists and clinicians with funded research programs that have potential synergy with Kohn Lab projects to contact us about potential collaborations.

Opportunities for Postdocs

     Postdoctoral associates at The Kohn Lab are part of a well-funded and well-equipped research environment that provides outstanding opportunities for training in academic and industrial careers.  Our scientists belong to a dynamic interdisciplinary research group developing a wide range of polymeric materials for medical and nonmedical applications.  To apply, submit a single Microsoft Word document that contains your full resume (contact information, date and place of birth, current citizenship and visa status in the USA (if applicable), educational background, prior positions and research experience, a one-page statement of current research interests, and names of three references.

Opportunities for Graduate Students

     Motivated graduate students with an interest in polymeric biomaterials research and the application of polymers in medicine are being sought for entry into the PhD program in Chemistry, Biomedical Engineering, or Molecular Biosciences at Rutgers University. Suitable undergraduate backgrounds include biomedical engineering, materials science, chemical engineering, chemistry, and biological sciences.  General information on the Chemistry, Biomedical Engineering or Molecular Bioscience graduate programs at Rutgers can be found by clicking on the links above.

     Once an application for admission to graduate studies has been filed with any of the above programs, interested students are encouraged to contact Professor Kohn to discuss the research opportunities available in the Kohn group.

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