RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT ENGINEER
An opportunity exists to join a research team developing and deploying technology for brain stimulation. Brain stimulation devices are increasingly used to study the brain, treat neurological and psychiatric disorders, and enhance cognitive performance.
We seek a motivated individual who is interested and experienced in hands-on development and support of electronic instrumentation. This is a full-time position with University Benefits and provides exceptional opportunities for exposure to exciting engineering projects in both research and clinical settings. The position involves interactions with a multidisciplinary team of engineering, neuroscience, and clinical researchers, as well as collaborating companies. Skills commensurate with a bachelor’s or master’s degree in engineering are required, including hands-on experience with design, simulation, mechanical construction, programming, debugging, testing, and troubleshooting of electronic hardware. Additional assignments may include procurement and lab resources management. The candidate must be meticulous in carrying out and documenting assignments.
For consideration submit a resume and the names and contact information of three professional references as a .pdf file attachment to:
Angel V. Peterchev, PhD
Associate Professor of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences, Biomedical Engineering, Electrical & Computer Engineering, and Neurosurgery
Duke University is an equal opportunity / affirmative action employer.
Volunteer & Paid Positions
Volunteer and paid positions are sometimes available for undergraduate and MS students with engineering, neuroscience, physics, computer science, or math background. If you are interested, please send a CV or resume as well as a transcript (can be unofficial) to Dr. Peterchev or Dr. Goetz.