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The Center for Neurotechnology and Neurorecovery (CNTR) at Massachusetts General Hospital is seeking IRB Coordinator to engage in cutting-edge neurotechnology and neurorecovery research including brain-computer interfaces (BCI), epilepsy, high-resolution neurophysiology, traumatic brain injuries (TBI), and stroke recovery clinical trials.
- Serves as lead person responsible for managing interactions with Partners IRB for all CNTR protocols
- Responsible for tracking, filing, executing and monitoring IRB activities of the CNTR clinical trials
- Perform administrative duties as assigned
The successful candidate will be directly mentored by the Principal Investigators in the MGH CNTR and will become part of a highly active and productive community of researchers, neurologists, computational neuroscientists, and neuroengineers. For more information about the MGH CNTR, please visit http://cntr.mgh.harvard.edu
To apply, go to https://www.massgeneral.org/careers/jobsearch.aspx and search for job code 3090779
The Software Engineer will work with our team to create novel software to enable direct neural control of communication apps, home automation, prosthetic limbs and other technologies. They will develop both offline data analyses and real-time neural signal processing algorithms that deliver new functionality for persons in the BrainGate pilot clinical trial and advance the BCI platform.
We have postdoctoral research opportunities in areas that include, but are not limited to analyzing neuronal ensemble activity toward the improvement of decoding intended movement, harnessing intracortical signals for the development of communication interfaces for persons who are locked-in, developing new real-time decoding strategies, signal processing, and post-processing algorithms, and developing the interfaces for converting cortical neuronal activity into the real-time movement of a multi-articulated prosthetic limb, robotic limb/assistive device, or functional electrical stimulation system.
The UI/UX Designer-Developer will be based at Brown University and spearhead the conception, design and software implementation of user interfaces and overall user experience for our intracortical brain-machine interface to be deployed to the homes of individuals with severe movement disability. Working closely with our team, s/he will be responsible for aesthetic and functional UI/UX design, executing a user-centered design process, coding elegant and effective user interfaces using browswer-based and other software technologies, software integration, testing and end validation. This is a full-time 1-year contract position with standard Brown University employee benefits. Please see the PDF announcement for details.