The laboratory focuses on the application of micro- and nanotechnology to tissue repair and regeneration. We aim to improve cellular therapies for liver disease, develop microtechnology tools to systematically study living cells, and design better ways to diagnose and treat cancer.
Data Scientist, Lung Cancer:
Do you want to leverage the power of data science, clinical samples, and engineering tools to help design cancer detection and interventions? The Bhatia lab (MIT, HHMI, Broad Institute, and Janssen) want you to come join our team! The position is lung cancer-focused, but you'll have access to research on so many more diseases, too. Click here for more details on the position, or search the MIT Jobs page, #16685
Prospective Graduate Students:
The lab is always looking for exceptional students for graduate study. Current MIT graduate students who are interested in doing their thesis at LMRT should contact Dr. Bhatia directly with a curriculum vitae, names of three referees, and a summary of research experience and interests.