A Postdoctoral, Visiting Scholar, Research Associate position in the University of Rhode Island

August 24, 2018

A Postdoctoral, Visiting Scholar, Research Associate position in the University of Rhode Island, Biomedical Engineering is available starting as soon as possible.

Salary: commensurate with experience

Responsibilities: The Postdoctoral, Visiting Scholar, Research Associate will be a primary contributor to Dr. Besio’s Neuro Rehabilitation Laboratory in the Department of Electrical, Computer, and Biomedical Engineering at the University of Rhode Island. S/he will conduct experiments with our advanced EEG system and perform signal analysis.

Primary areas of interest include: (1) EEG experience, (2) artificial neural networks, (3) statistical analysis, and (4) design of experiments (not in particular order of preference). Further interest will be given to those candidates who also have experience with (5) head phantom modeling and stimulation. The successful Postdoctoral, Visiting Scholar, Research Associate will join a team of signal processing and hardware design faculty, neurologists, neuro-pharmacologists, and neuroscientists currently dedicated to this project.

Required qualifications: minimum of M.S. degree; M.D., Ph.D., or equivalent degree in neuroscience, engineering, computer science, or closely related field; course work or research experience (publications a plus) in one of the areas of interest.

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

Candidates should describe previous experience, skills, as well as name and contact information for two references to: Dr. Besio at besio@uri.edu (Email applications are preferred). Website: http://egr.uri.edu/neurorehabilitationlab/

The University of Rhode Island is a principal public research and graduate institution in the state of Rhode Island. The University is located conveniently to Boston and New York City.

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