Interested in joining our team?

Undergraduate Students – please contact Professor Gaborski to inquire about opportunities for independent research, part-time work, or full-time co-op. 

Graduate Students – We accept Ph.D. students through the Biomedical and Chemical Engineering as well as Microsystems Engineering programs (deadline January 15). We also accept students interested in the Materials Science M.S. program. Please contact Professor Gaborski and explain which research project interests you and how that relates to your background.

Postdoctoral Researchers – We may have another opening beginning in late 2022 or early 2023. Please contact Tom if you are interested in a postdoc at the intersection of nanomaterials engineering and extracellular vesicles.

 

NanoBio Materials Laboratory

We are located on the top floor of Institute Hall, home of the Biomedical and Chemical Engineering Departments.

EMAIL

trgbme@rit.edu

ADDRESS

Rochester Institute of Technology

Biomedical Engineering

Rochester, New York

 

What is it like being a member of the Gaborski NanoBio Materials Lab?

Check out the media section of Tom’s Twitter profile. We regularly have multi-lab collaborator meetings in Tom’s backyard when it’s not snowing. We also like to hike waterfalls in the summer. In non-pandemic times, every accepted paper is celebrated with a meal out. And when it snows, Tom will take the group out skiing and hire someone to teach you to ski (he’s not very good) or host some other crazy winter “retreat“. Expect to attend at least 1 or 2 conferences every year. We love attending BMES as a group. We also have a hilariously competitive annual winter party