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  • Post-doctoral position: Balance in people following mTBI

    The Balance Disorders Lab in the Neurology Department at Oregon Health & Science University (Portland, OR) is seeking a post-doctoral fellow. The appointed candidate will be working on projects related to balance disorders and sensory integration following mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI).

    The anticipated start date is June 30. The appointment will be a one year contract, with possibility of extension. Position and salary will be based on NIH guidelines.

    Responsibilities will include supporting the collection of gait and balance data, eye tracking, data management and data analysis and assistance in writing manuscripts. In addition, this position may require student mentoring and community outreach.

    Requirements: The completion of PhD degree in related field is required.
    Requirements (preferable):
    1. Experience using inertial motion sensors and eye-tracking glasses, and the ability to process raw data is preferred.
    2. Candidates would ideally be capable of programming in MATLAB, R or Python.
    Prior to the official advertisement being released, due to the travel restrictions and limitations associated with COVID, this is a pre-call for suitable candidates to express their interest in this project. International applicants, based currently in the US or outside of the US, are welcomed to apply. However, those currently based outside of the US must be cognizant of the travel restrictions in place both in the US and your current country of residence, and how this might impact your availability date.

    If you are interested or want to inquire more, please contact Prof. Laurie King at kingla@ohsu.edu. Applications will be reviewed until the position is filled.

    Balance Disorders Laboratory: visit https://www.ohsu.edu/school-of-medicine/neurology/balance-disorders-laboratory
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