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NEUROTRAUMA MEETS ENGINEERING!
The Northwell Neuromonitoring Laboratory and the Bioelectronic Medicine Center at the Feinstein Institute for Medical Research, Zucker School of Medicine in Long Island, NY is looking for neuroscientists with a special interest in the development of bioelectronic devices for the monitoring and treatment of traumatic brain injury and resuscitation.
The lab has a successful track record of developing brain monitoring devices based on MEMS technology and of using such devices to study the injured brain in vivo. There is a very close working relationship with the Department of Neurosurgery and a strong bias towards clinical and translational applications.
The appropriate level of academic appointment will be chosen based on the background and track record of the candidates – from post-doctoral fellows to more senior scientists.
- Doctoral or Master’s degree required
- Strong academic record required
- Experience with rodent work required
- Experience with neurophysiology research preferred
- Some Electrical or Biomedical Engineering background preferred
- Experience with cranial or peripheral nerve recording and stimulation preferred
- Working knowledge of data analysis software (e.g. Matlab) preferred
Contact: For more information, please contact Judith Heller at: OPR@northwell.edu
The Feinstein Institute for Medical Research (www.feinsteininstitute.org) is the research branch of Northwell Health (www.northwell.edu) and is headquartered close to North Shore University Hospital in Manhasset, a beautiful suburb of NYC. Northwell Health is the largest healthcare system in New York State and serves more than 2 million people annually in 23 hospitals with 63,000 employees and 2,700 employed physicians.
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