We are continuously looking for smart, dynamic, and highly motivated scientists to perform groundbreaking research in biomechanics and ophthalmology.
Do not hesitate to drop us a line even though no positions are advertised!
Please also refer to the NUS website for the most recent openings in our laboratoryApply
To perform a PhD in our laboratory, students need to apply through the NUS scholarship system. Please contact us before submission of your application as we will be able to advise you about the process.Apply for NUS Scholarship
Apply for SINGA
International students can also apply for a Singapore International Graduate Award (AWARD). Our projects are listed on this page under Faculty of Engineering >> Department of Bioengineering. Interested students can list such projects as their preferred projects.
Apply for Imperial College - NUS Scholarship
Students can also apply for an Imperial-NUS PhD Scholarship where 2 years will be spent at Imperial College London and 2 years at NUS. The PI (Girard) has strong links with Imperial College London as he spents 3 years of his career as a Research Fellow from 2009 to 2012 in the the Department of Bioengineering. Multiple research projects in collaborations with outstanding scientists from Imperial College London can therefore be easily identified. Any serious applicant should contact us before starting an application.
PhD holders should refer to the NUS websites for job opportunities in our laboratory. We also encourage young PhDs to look for scholarship and fellowship opportunities (see below). We can sponsor such applications.
For citizens or legal residents of the US:Whitaker Scholar Grant
We welcome self-funded applicants (based in Singapore or Abroad) to perform research in biomechanics and ophthalmology. The applicants should contact us to discuss ideas and directions for projects.
We are interested in hiring research assistants, laboratory technicians, high level programmers, etc. The candidates should refer to the NUS websites for job opportunities in our laboratory.