Research - Laboratory/Non-Laboratory, Staff/Administrative
The candidate should have a strong quantitative background and signal processing expertise appropriate for the analysis of neural activity. Experience conducting neurophysiology experiments in animal models is preferred. The candidate should have a strong record of presenting research results through publications and presentations. Candidates with a background in sleep physiology are especially encouraged to apply.
Job Duties/Responsibilities: 85% Research duties: Data collection, analysis, method development, publication of results in manuscripts, proceedings, and conference abstracts
5% Career Development: Professional skills, leadership training, technical skills development
5% Outreach: Patient/community outreach, Industry Partnerships
5% Travel: Attending/presenting at local/national/international conferences
Required Qualifications: • PhD in biomedical engineering, neuroscience or related engineering/science field • Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work collaboratively with others. • Strong record of presenting research results through publications and conference abstracts
Preferred Qualifications: • Experience in sleep physiology • Expertise in the collection and analysis of single unit and local field potential neural signals
Internal Number: 335594
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