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  • Post Doc Position in Biomedical Signal Processing Engineering

    Biomedical Signal Processing Engineer (Neurorecovery)
    City University of New York

    College of Staten Island

    Staten Island, NY

    Working in our multidisciplinary, energetic research team, the Biomedical Engineer with a passion for signal processing, data analysis and real-life biomedical challenges will assume a major role in data collection and analysis for several projects in human movement and rehabilitation for individuals with spinal cord injury. Projects use a multidisciplinary approach involving electrophysiological techniques (EMG, TMS, spinal reflex conditioning protocols, transspinal stimulation), and kinematics (motion capture, force), combined with advanced signal processing and analysis to better understand brain-spinal function, impairment, and recovery following novel rehabilitation interventions.

    Responsibilities include (but are not limited to) the following:
    -Setting up and operating equipment including Lokomat, EMG, TMS, and motion-tracker systems;
    -Performing data collections involving research participants;
    -Processing experimental data, developing new methods, computer programs, and data processing algorithms as required;
    -Assisting with recruiting, screening, enrollment, and scheduling of participants; and
    -Assisting with preparation of papers and presentations.

    The following qualifications are required:
    -PhD or MS degree(s) in signal processing/biomedical engineering or closely related field; and
    -Background and experience in signal processing and biomedical instrumentation.

    In addition, the following qualifications are preferred:
    -Strong computer skills with solid programming experience, particularly in Matlab;
    -Specific interests and/or experience in the following areas: neuromuscular rehabilitation; biomedical signal processing (e.g., EEG, TMS, and EMG); brain and muscle electrophysiology; and
    -Prior research experience with human subjects.

    To apply, please send your résumé and a cover letter summarizing relevant research expertise, experience, and interests to

    To learn more about our research, please visit the Laboratory Director’s Research Gate at .

    Only those candidates being considered will be contacted.

    EOE M/D/F/V