We are currently seeking a Senior Research Scientist with neuroscience emphasis to join a team of accomplished researchers that are leading programs in neurotechnology, including the neural bridging program published in Nature, featured in the media including CBS This Morning, CNN, the Washington Post, and recipient of multiple R&D100 awards.
This role will propose and perform advanced engineering research and analysis and provide thought leadership through publications in refereed journals, conference presentations, patents, and/or technology commercialization.
Develop the fundamental science and understanding of novel neurotechnologies, focused on brain-computer interfaces
Design and lead clinical, pre-clinical and laboratory neurotechnology studies
Propose and lead neurotechnology tasks and programs within defined scope, schedule and budget
Inform product development of neural technology sub-systems, including for example neural assistive and neural rehabilitative systems
Analyze complex neural data making use of signal processing techniques
Design software to interface with and process real time position sensor data
THE FOLLOWING IS REQUIRED
Ph.D. in an Engineering, Life Science, or related discipline relevant to neurotechnology, neuromodulation and 5+ years of experience in the field.
Experience with brain-computer interface technologies for stimulation and/or recording, motor/sensory related nerve signal decoding, or deep brain stimulation.
Evidence of thought leadership in neurotechnology as indicated by publications in refereed journals, conference presentations, patents, and/or technology commercialization.
Strong programming skills, in Matlab, Python, C/C++, or similar.
Experience in data analysis, familiarity with basic statistical methods, data visualizations, biological signal processing methods and algorithms.
Excellent technical writing skills as demonstrated by strong first-author journal publications and grant proposals
Experience managing technical tasks within interdisciplinary research and/or product development teams.
Demonstrated independent thought and ability to identify and resolve problems associated with the development and implementation of complex technologies.
Flexibility and agility to adapt to change while maintaining quality delivery to stakeholders.
Demonstrated excellent written and oral communication skills.
Requires US persons as defined by US export control laws.
THE FOLLOWING IS DESIRED
Understanding of the technical and regulatory requirements and processes associated with medical device development.
Experience in advanced neural signal processing with machine learning algorithms is a plus
Experience with running clinical studies and knowledge of IRB regulations is a plus