Req Number 001XPR
Job Category Bio-Medical
Performs investigative research in the field of neuro-modulation and device development. Tests and evaluates implantable devices developed for neuro-stimulation and recording. Performs benchtop and in vitro/in vivo experimental studies. Publishes and presents data. Collaborates with Investigators and Scientists in facilitating scientific research. Participates in various types of institute and community activities.
*1. Provides research and technical expertise in the design, selection of material/components, development, testing, and evaluation of novel implantable neuromodulation devices.
*2. Analyzes electrophysiological and electrochemical responses to neuromodulation.
*3. Performs experiments, collects data, analyzes results, drafts engineering reports, and presents to leadership for review.
*4. Directs and performs engineering, computer science and statistical studies for select research projects.
*5. Maintains equipment and infrastructure in the bioelectronics laboratory.
*6. Attends scientific and technical meetings, builds and maintains databases, works with computer software, and integrates systems, as needed.
*7. Participates-in writing of abstracts, manuscripts and grant applications.
*ADA Essential Functions
Master’s Degree in Engineering, Computer Science or Statistics. Doctorate Degree, preferred.
Minimum of three (3) years related experience including …
signal processing, analog/digital filter design, spectral analysis, and wavelets;
electrical stimulation, neuro-stimulation, neural recording and transcutaneous electrode design; and
analog and digital circuit design, amplifier design and adaptive filtering, required.
Machine learning methods - clustering, Principal Component Analysis (PCA), Independent Component Analysis (ICA), Latent Dirichlet Allocation (LDA), Support Vector Machines (SVM), Feature extraction and Matlab proficiency, required.
Excellent oral and written communication skills.