Magic Leap’s mission is to harmonize people and technology to create a better, more unified world. Magic Leap is a team of creatives and technologists building a personal, spatial computing platform that seamlessly blends the digital and physical worlds. Magic Leap’s healthcare team is changing the world of consumer well-being, diagnostics, and digital therapeutics, and is looking to expand its team.

Job Description

The Senior Biomedical Systems Engineer serves as the person responsible for biomedical research and analysis of user data. The ideal candidate brings a wealth of know-how in the execution of biomedical and clinical research and the strong desire to drive the application of cutting-edge technologies in our pursuit for better health and well-being of all of us humans. The Sr. Biomedical Systems Engineer will be responsible for research execution from basic exploratory research, developing proof of concepts, study designs, data collection, and preliminary data analysis, to the coordination of and analysis of well-designed and statistically significant clinical studies.  They will also be responsible for sensor and data exploration outputting detailed engineering and clinical analyses. As the biomedical expert, the Sr. Biomedical Systems Engineer will also be ultimately responsible to provide the team with advice and guidance regarding collection and extraction of biomedical data.

Responsibilities

  • Investigate clinical applicability of Magic Leap technologies in the health and wellness field
  • Perform biomedical research including background research, literature reviews, designing studies, developing proof of concepts, running experiments and analyzing data to develop healthcare applications
  • Research clinical data extraction and classification and evaluate sensors and data for biomedical signals for translational medicine applications
  • Analyze sensor datasets to define or determine algorithms to enable clinical predictions and insights
  • Create and document technical and scientific findings and communicate them to appropriate teams
  • Execute data collection, preliminary studies and data analysis to determine feasibility of clinical projects
  • Coordinate with software teams in the development of and validation of clinically sound algorithms and methods
  • Work with engineering teams to lead proper integration across devices, clouds and applications
  • Coordinate with data teams for the proper and secure storage and analysis of data collected through research
  • Ensure that all activities are performed to clinical standards and in compliance with all regulations including FDA/HIPAA, EU/GDPR
  • Ensure that clinical studies are performed ethically and abiding by all norms and principles of human subjects research

Qualifications

  • 6+ years of experience with biomedical research in both regulated (medical device) and non-regulated (general wellness) fields
  • Expertise in exploratory research, literature review, and basic investigation
  • Expertise in biostatistics and data analysis, including use of statistical computing and scripting tools such as R, Matlab, and Python
  • Strong knowledge of regulatory landscape for medical technologies, devices, software, and data, including FDA/HIPAA, EU/GDPR
  • Strong organizational, documentation, and interpersonal skills as well as a willingness to work within a team-oriented environment
  • Experience in the application of wearable and mobile technologies in the healthcare domain preferred
  • Familiarity with cloud technologies and systems, including distributed and NoSQL databases, and distributed file systems such as Hadoop preferred
  • Experience in the execution of data-driven research preferred
  • Willingness to travel within USA and Europe
  • Experience with administrative and logistical process of clinical study execution (i.e., preparing, submitting, gaining approval, execution, results documentation related to clinical trials) preferred

Education

  • BS/BA in Biomedical Engineering or other related field; MS preferred

Additional Information

  • All your information will be kept confidential according to Equal Employment Opportunities guidelines.
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