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    City University of New York
    College of Staten Island
    Staten Island, NY

    Laboratory Manager Position (Full-Time)

    The Klab4Recovery Research Laboratory at the City University of New York department of Physical Therapy, School of Health Sciences, College of Staten Island invites applications for a grant-funded Laboratory Manager Position. The goal of the K-lab is to develop noninvasive rehabilitation strategies based on neurophysiological evidence for people with spinal cord injury (SCI). The position is available for 1 year with possibility of renewal based on performance, and is supported by the New York State Department of Health, Spinal Cord Injury Research Board. Our research uses 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.
    Working in our multidisciplinary, energetic research team, the Laboratory Manager will assume a major role in all daily activities of the laboratory. Responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:
    -Communication with study participants. Including recruiting, screening, enrollment, and scheduling of participants.
    -Arrangement of human subject databases.
    -Maintenance of coded data for each funded grant.
    -Contribute to data collection and grant administrative work.
    -Contribute to the laboratory’s web-based communication.
    -Maintains and orders of experimental supplies and communication with vendors.

    In case a successful applicant has engineering background, opportunities exist for development of sophisticated mathematical algorithms for data acquired through non-invasive electrophysiological methods, and collaboration with electrical-electronic engineers in the motor control field.

    The following qualifications are required:
    - M.Sc. degree in biomedical engineering, health sciences, or closely related field.
    In addition, the following qualifications are preferred:
    -Strong communication skills.
    -Prior research experience with human subjects is preferred but not a requirement.

    To apply, please send your résumé and a cover letter summarizing relevant research experience, and interests to Prof. Maria Knikou at

    To learn more about our research works, please visit our website at
    Only candidates being considered will be contacted.
    EOE M/D/F/V