JOB TITLE: Biomedical Engineer (Wearable Specialist) – Rochester, MN
Assist in the Well Living Lab’s primary objective of broadening the scientific and practical understanding of how indoor environments and human behavior interact to impact health and wellness. Generate, design, plan and execute research for internal and external purposes. Conduct thorough literature reviews and research on wearables and noninvasive biometric, emotional, behavioral and health tracking technologies. Design and develop standard operating procedures, best practices and protocols for wearables and biometric technologies. Develop an understanding of limitations and opportunities related to wearables and biometric devices. Collaborate with researchers and medical professionals to devise testing and calibration protocols for wearable devices. Work with the research team to develop an implementation strategy to the use of wearables and biometric devices in studies at the Well Living Lab. Procure, maintain and calibrate wearables, biometric devices and reference devices. Guide data collection from biometric devices and advice on data management practices. Conduct analysis of collected data using advanced statistical methods. Publish research in peer-reviewed or technical journals. Present research at academic, technical, and/or industry conference. Collaborate with our behavioral, computer and building scientists to facilitate research that enables learning from large heterogeneous datasets. Integrate our state-of-the-art research into broader platforms and frameworks.
WORK SCHEDULE: 40 hours per week (9:00AM to 5:00PM)
Position requires a PhD degree (US or foreign equivalent) in Biomedical Engineering, Physiology, Biomechanics, Bioinformatics or a related discipline and at least two (2) years of in job offered or in a research position conducting digital signal processing, and clinical imaging research or related. Prior experience must include two (2) years: Collecting, processing, analyzing and modeling biological data; MATLAB Programming; Digital simulation tools; Signal processing, including Fourier analysis; Exploratory and statistical data analysis; Clinical research techniques and principles; Planning, executing, and reporting human research studies; Demonstrated record of writing publications in peer reviewed journals; Mentoring and supervising junior staff; Communicating research ideas to academic or scientific audiences. Employer will accept any suitable combination of education, training or experience.
Please contact: DELOS LIVING LLC
Attention: Human Resources
860 Washington Street, 4th floor
New York, NY 10014