The Department of Biomedical Engineering’s BioPhotonics and Ultrasonics Imaging Lab is accepting applications for a postdoctoral scholar to conduct independent research on developing biomedical imaging/sensing technologies under the direction of Dr. Sri-Rajasekhar (Raj) Kothapalli, Assistant Professor of Biomedical Engineering at the Pennsylvania State University. The focus of the lab is on developing novel optical, ultrasound, photoacoustic and related molecular imaging technologies for both pre-clinical and clinical applications in cancer and neurological diseases. Minimum Qualifications and Experience for the postdoctoral position: Ph.D. graduates in Mechanical, Electrical, Biomedical, Optical, Applied Physics or related engineering disciplines with 2 first-author publications that demonstrate their experience in building optical/ultrasound/photoacoustic systems or ultrasound beamforming methods are preferred. Experience with MEMS ultrasonic array fabrication and characterization is a plus. Required Computational/Analytical Skills: numerical solutions of partial differential equations, C/C++ programming and experience with software packages such as MATLAB, Mathematica, COMSOL and Linux. The duration is for one year, renewal possible depending on availability of funds. To apply please submit a resume that includes a list of education, publications, and work experience.