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01-08-2003, 06:40 AM
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> Biomedical Engineer:
> The principal purpose of this position is to provide science support to
> the Motor Performance Group (MPG), which is an organizational element of
> the Neurosciences Laboratory. The Neurosciences Laboratory is a component
> of the Space Physiology and Countermeasures Department, which implements
> the scientific objectives of the Human Adaptation and Countermeasures
> Office at Johnson Space Center.
> The minimum education for this position is a Master of Science degree in
> biomechanics, biomedical engineering or a closely related discipline. The
> incumbent should be skilled in the design, testing, evaluation, and
> integration of biomedical instrumentation intended for use with human
> subjects. Experience with biomedical instrumentation and measurements,
> real-time data acquisition systems, and signal processing is also needed.
> The incumbent must have a sufficiently advanced knowledge of human
> physiology to understand biomedical experiments design to characterize the
> human response to spaceflight and the development of appropriate
> countermeasures. The incumbent must have advanced computer skills
> including the ability to develop data acquisition and analysis software
> for specific laboratory applications. Previous experience with Matlab,
> LabView, and/or C programming is also a requirement.The incumbent must be
> experienced in the use of motion tracking systems. The incumbent is
> required to work with human test subjects, astronauts, and visiting
> scientists, and consequently must possess excellent communication skills.
> The incumbent must be familiar with the principles governing human
> research and with the design of experiments. This position requires U.S.
> Citizenship.
> If interested in applying for this position, please contact:
> Chris Chappell
> 7007 Gulf Freeway, Suite 228
> Houston, Texas 77087
> 713-640-9424 713-640-9430fax
> c.chappell@synergossolutions.com

Ajitkumar P. Mulavara, Ph.D.
Senior Scientist
Neuroscience Motion Laboratory
NASA/Johnson Space Center

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