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Biomedical Engineer or physiologist (GS11), Center for the Intrepid, San Antonio, TX

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  • Biomedical Engineer or physiologist (GS11), Center for the Intrepid, San Antonio, TX

    This is an opportunity to serve those that have served us as a Biomedical Engineer or physiologist with the Research & Surveillance (R&S) Division of the Extremity Trauma & Amputation Center of Excellence (EACE), and located at the Center for the Intrepid (CFI), Brooke Army Medical Center (BAMC) in San Antonio, TX. This person will be an integral member of our research team responsible for operating our biomechanics laboratory, writing and executing data reduction pipelines in Visual3D and Matlab, and developing new measurement methodologies to non-invasively measure tissue health in a residual limb. Key projects this person will be working on will be to biomechanically analyze Military relevant movements and tasks to set the design criteria for our exoskeleton developments and support our developing research projects to define treatments to advance tissue health at the interface between the residual limb and the prosthetic socket. Please apply using the link below:

    This position is open to US Citizens that are capable of obtaining a Secret security clearance.
    This position will be in the Military Performance Laboratory. A video describing the lab may be found here:
    The gait lab analyzes human motion, with an emphasis on walking. The information collected at the lab, as well as from the CAREN, can ultimately help physici...

    A video describing the CFI as a whole may be found here:

    More information about the EACE may be found here:

    Application pointers for the Department of Defense
    Applying to a federal job is a structured process.
    Be sure you follow all of the instructions (particularly on what to include in your resume as it is a little different than a CV).
    Be sure your packet is complete.
    Assume nothing is optional.
    Search the web for additional pointers.
    Be sure to include pdfs of your transcripts showing the classes you've taken and the degrees you've earned.
    Be patient!

    You are welcome to contact me if you have any questions.