Research Opportunities

Postdoctoral Fellows

Postdoctoral fellows interested in joining the lab should contact Dr. Fisher with a copy of your CV, statement of research interests, and a list of references as a single PDF.

Graduate Students

We are open to having graduate students rotate in our lab to see if there is a mutual interest and fit. Students primarily join the lab by first being admitted to the BIOE Graduate Program, rotating in the lab, and joining the lab upon a mutual decision. However, we are willing to consider students within other departments on campus. Students interested in rotating should contact Dr. Fisher.

Undergraduate Students

Undergraduate students interested in joining the lab should fill out the form below. Open positions are dependent upon the projects currently available under the guidance of a graduate student or postdoctoral fellow within the lab.

Please fill out the form below if you are an undergraduate interested in joining the Tissue Engineering and Biomaterials Lab at UMD.

Applications will be considered every new school term (Fall, Spring, Summer). All applications will be due by 5:00 PM (EST) Friday before the start date of every new school term. All applications sent in after the deadline will be considered for the next application window. Thank you for your time.

TEBL Undergraduate Research Interest Form
If filling this form out in the summer, please choose the answer for the upcoming academic year (i.e. if you just completed your second year, you would be a rising junior and select "Junior)
If you are confident in particular classes or subject areas and feel it would be advantageous for us to know, please include those areas.
If so, please briefly summarize each in a bullet point.
If not, don't worry. You will be taught everything you need to know for your project.
This is limited to business hours (8 AM - 5 PM). Please do not overestimate - if you can only commit 4 - 6 hours per week, please only say 4 - 6 hours per week.
We have collaborations with other institutions, such as Children's National Medical Center, NIST, and the FDA. There would be potential for you to perform experiments at these locations, if you are interested and an available project requires commuting to that location.
This may be needed to perform experiments at federal labs, such as NIST. However, this will not prevent you from doing research at UMD.
Please briefly describe any of the research you've heard or seen that is most interesting to you.

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