Postdoctoral Fellows (CT Lim Research Group)


Postdoctoral Fellows (CT Lim Research Group)

We are seeking to hire a number of motivated candidates as Postdoctoral Fellows to work on medical diagnostics, wearable sensors, organ-on-chip, microbiome and synthetic biology at the National University of Singapore. Candidates will have the opportunity to work within an interdisciplinary team to design and fabricate microfluidic technologies and with our external collaborators to test and validate these devices in both clinical and industrial settings.


Qualification, Desired Skills and Experience

  • A PhD degree in chemistry, biology, materials science, electrical engineering, chemical engineering, mechanical engineering or biomedical engineering or its equivalent. 
  • Experience in microfluidics research, microfabrication, cell and bacteria culture, microscopy and image analysis and machine learning/artificial intelligence is preferred.
  • Highly motivated, organised and responsible individual who can work independently.
  • Able to work cooperatively and communicate effectively with the team members.
  • Adaptable to engage in interdisciplinary research and even develop new research directions.
  • Proven record of outstanding written, oral presentation and communications skills.
  • Excellent skills in project management.
  • Ability to work on grant proposals, including writing and reviewing proposal opportunities from government and other sources.


Interested candidates should email a CV, cover letter describing research experience and interests and the names and email addresses of four references to Professor Chwee Teck (C.T.) Lim. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. For more info, please visit Lim’s Lab at


Institute for Health Innovation & Technology (iHealthtech), National University of Singapore
iHealthtech’s vision on “Advancing Health through Innovation” aims to address clinical challenges and needs by developing innovative health technologies and solutions in disease detection, diagnosis, monitoring, and treatment. The institute also focuses on translating health technology, incubating start-ups, and nurturing young scientists, engineers, and entrepreneurs to impact patients and society.