We are looking for multiple postdoctoral scholars as part of new projects to assemble new types of self-assembled machines by combining programmable, dynamic DNA nanostructure assembly and disassembly processes and dynamic molecular circuits.
The projects are open-ended. Work in the lab is likely to span design, quantitative modeling, and experimental characterization and analysis. Experimental techniques could include time-lapse fluorescence microscopy, TEM, fluorescence spectroscopy. Interest in developing and making use of experimental automation for high-throughput characterization is a plus.
Interested candidates should email rschulm3@jhu.edu to discuss the projects, the research group or to submit an application (cover letter and CV and any other relevant material).



We are looking for outstanding, motivated graduate students. A quantitative background and experimental skills are helpful.
Undergraduates interested in playing a major role in a research project are encouraged to apply.
Please send an email to:  Rebecca Schulman at rschulman@jhu.edu. Please describe your background and interest in the group.