The Biomedical Functional Imaging and Neuroengineering Laboratory at Carnegie Mellon University is inviting applications from highly motivated candidates who received PhD recently or in the near future to join a multidisciplinary team. The goal is to develop novel neurotechnologies that can leverage on emerging technologies such as focused ultrasound, brain-computer interface, AI/ML, and biomedical imaging, for the purpose of elucidating the underlying mechanisms and establishing such neurotechnologies for translation to human subjects including managing brain disorders. Successful candidates are expected to have a strong quantitative background with PhD in biomedical engineering, acoustics, electrical engineering, physics, computational neuroscience, or a related field. Strong interest and demonstrated experience in experimental investigation or analyzing of biomedical or clinical data are desired. Ability to work independently and collaboratively, and outstanding communications and writing skills essential. Candidates with research expertise in any of the following areas are welcome to apply. 1) Focused ultrasound neuromodulation; 2) Electromagnetic source imaging and localization; and 3) EEG based brain-computer interface.
Carnegie Mellon offers an outstanding intellectual environment for neuroengineering, including rich programs in engineering, AI/ML, robotics, and neuroscience, as well as close inter-institutional collaborations with the University of Pittsburgh and Mayo Clinic.
To apply, please e-mail a single pdf file of application consisting a cover letter, CV, and names and e-mails of 3 references.