Postdoc Position Available 

The Fu lab at Rutgers University-Camden is seeking for a postdoctoral candidate for research projects on DNA/protein hybrid nanostructures, bio-mimetic assemblies and functions. In the past few years, the Fu lab has aimed to apply self-assembled molecular scaffolds to the organization of biomoleuclar networks with spatial control, and the development of bio-mimetic reactors for catalysis, molecular sensing and smart delivery. The lab is also collaborating with faculty in Physics for developing plasmonic nanomaterials. The research of Fu Lab can be viewed at

The Fu lab is located at the new Joint Health Science Center Building, which is a joint research center between the CCIB, Cooper Hospital and Rowan University. JHSC aims to boost the collaborative research focusing on Biomedical and diagnosis-related fields.

The qualified candidates should have a Ph.D (or expected Ph.D) in Chemistry, Biochemistry, Biology, Biophysics, Bioengineering or other relevant fields. Experiences in DNA/protein assembly, nucleic acid conjugation, plasmonic nanomaterials, bio-vesicle/membrane chemistry and biosensing are preferred. For application of the position, please send a cover letter with a CV and names of three references to

Graduate students

The lab is currently open for CCIB Ph.D candidates for lab rotations, and Ph.D research. 

Students interested in pursuing Ph.D studies in the Biomolecular Systems Lab should apply to the program of Computational and Integrative Biology at Rutgers University-Camden.

Students interested in mater studies in the Biomolecular Systems Lab should apply to the Chemistry master program at the Rutgers University-Camden.

Current Rutgers graduate students interested in a rotation in the Biomolecular Systems Lab should send an email to

Undergraduate students

The lab currently has positions open for undergraduate research. Please contact Jinglin Fu for any interest. 

We have limited available slots for undergraduates. Exceptionally talented and highly motivated undergraduates who would like to participate the independent research in the  Biomolecular Systems Lab are encouraged to contact

Rutgers University will support limited numbers of excellent undergraduates for their research.