Under the direction of the Director of the CCNI or designee, the Research Engineer-MRI II carries out a broad range of activities to study, develop, design, modify, and evaluate moderately complex MR mechanisms and computer models of physiological processes, utility programs, and/or electronic/electromechanical hardware
Construct cable connectors, operate, troubleshoot, and make repairs of electronic equipment.
Develop, design, modify, and evaluate moderately complex computer models of physiological processes, utility programs, and/or electronic/electromechanical hardware.
Technical assistance related to electrophysiological recordings, ventilation, gas measurements, etc in animal and human studies.
Validate, audit, and analyze data related to experiments in animals and humans.
Design and conduct laboratory experiments and conduct in-depth analysis of research experiments.
Prepare publications, request and maintain equipment and supplies, and obtain bibliographic material
Develop and implement advanced scientific and mathematical techniques for application to human and animal physiology.
Present research results in publications and at research conferences.
Animal handling, electrical or biomedical engineering.
Develop and implement advanced scientific and mathematical techniques for application to human and animal physiology and imaging.
Technical assistance related to MR/electrophysiological recordings, ventilation, gas measurements, etc in animal and human studies.
Perform other duties as required
Bachelor’s degree in electrical, mechanical, or biomedical engineering, or equivalent experience.
3 years of related experience
MRI experience preferred
SUPERVISION RECEIVED :
Under the direction of the Principal Investigator or designee
Supervise technical staff
ENVIRONMENTAL WORKING CONDITIONS:
Usual scientific laboratory conditions, work in an MRI laboratory, may require appropriate contact with biohazards, radionuclides, toxins, animals, and human specimens
University of Massachusetts Medical School - 2 years ago