There are several research positions for graduate students, postdocs and research engineers. We focus on non-invasive, quantitative functional and molecular optical imaging techniques for neuro-monitoring, cancer imaging and therapy monitoring, as well as for monitoring of engineered 3D tissue constructs for regenerative medicine, drug delivery, and neural systems in preclinical and clinical settings. The position offers a stimulating work environment that integrates engineering and physics with medicine, neuroscience, and biology. The candidate will have a unique opportunity in both basic lab and translational research by collaborating with scientists and clinicians located close to the common infrastructure and collaborative institutes, including Medical and Research Centers on the Stony Brook campus and nearby New York City.
Qualifications: The qualified candidates should be highly motivated and enthusiastic with interests in optical imaging, biophotonics, and photoacoustic imaging. A strong background in one of the following fields is needed: Biomedical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Physics, Optical Engineering, Computer Science or related fields. At least one of the following skills is preferred.
Experience in optical, optomechanical, electro-optic systems, CCD cameras, LEDs, lasers, structured light illumination, spatial light modulators (DMD), and digital light projection (DLP).
Experience in hardware control and signal acquisition using NI DAQ card, NI LabView, correlator board, photon counter and timer board, and FPGA.
Experience in EE concepts (digital signal processing, EM waves, ADC, and DAC).
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