This position is an opportunity to join a highly collaborative research group of engineers and surgeons to improve how surgery is planned, performed, guided, and analyzed. Our group has built computer models for advanced surgical planning that quantify surgical approaches while utilizing image navigation. This translational research opportunity involves working in an engineering lab, defining and conducting experiments with surgeons in dry and cadaver labs, and conducting clinical research to discover effect on patient outcomes.
The position is funded for at least 1 yr and is open immediately.
● Completed a recent Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering, Electrical & Computer Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Bio-Engineering, or Computer Science and Engineering
● Experience with Experimental, Design, and Computational research
● Strong programming ability in C++ and Python
● Strong Collaboration and Communication Skills
● Interest in and/or experience in writing grant proposals
● Mechanical and/or electronic design and CAD experience
● Modeling, Statistics, Machine Learning, or optimization experience
Please submit a cover letter and complete CV.
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