Research laboratory of Shuvo Roy, PhD
Biodesign Laboratory

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Industry partnerships

The Roy Lab team strives to make scientific and engineering advances toward improving patient care and to support outside relationships that promise public benefit. In order for the public to benefit, Roy Lab members collaborate with pharmaceutical and medical device companies to help develop medical breakthroughs and to provide medical expertise and/or educational workshops. Companies interested in working with the Roy Lab may send an email with a statement of interest to Shuvo Roy, PhD (shuvo.roy@ucsf.edu).

Disclosure: Principal Investigator Roy may potentially receive financial benefits for inventions or discoveries commercialized through the companies shown below.

Postdoctoral scholars

We currently have three positions open:

PDF iconMembrane Design and Fabrication

PDF iconBioartificial Pancreas Tissue Engineering

If you believe you would be a good fit for the lab and wish to submit your qualifications for consideration, send a brief letter of introduction and your CV to shuvo.roy@ucsf.edu.

Graduate student rotation

Graduate students at UC San Francisco and select programs at UC Berkeley are welcome to rotate in the lab during one of the preset academic rotation periods. Permanent membership in the lab will be discussed at the end of the rotation period and determined by the overall fit and skill set of the graduate student, principal investigator, and other lab members. Students interested in rotating in the lab should follow the procedures of their graduate program.

Staff research and engineering positions

Currently, there are no openings for paid staff positions. If you believe you would be a good fit for the lab and wish to submit your qualifications for consideration at a later date, send a brief letter of introduction and your CV to shuvo.roy@ucsf.edu.

Volunteering

Volunteer opportunities are available in the lab on an ad hoc basis. Volunteers are paired with a lab mentor to learn and observe research practices within the lab. We accept volunteers from a variety of backgrounds and ages. Length of the volunteer period is negotiable. If you are interested in volunteering with the lab, send a brief letter of introduction and resume to Stephanie Brummett (stephanie.brummett@ucsf.edu).