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Multiple Staff & Postdoc Openings Expected in Early 2021 – Zelik Lab for Biomechanics & Assistive Technology

Zelik Lab for Biomechanics & Assistive Technology

Multiple Staff & Postdoc Openings Expected in Early 2021

Posted by on Friday, December 18, 2020 in News.

Research Engineer & Coordinator Position – APPLY HERE

Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until the position is filled, with preferred start date in February or March 2021.

This individual will contribute to a variety of multidisciplinary research projects at the intersection of human movement biomechanics and wearable assistive devices (exoskeletons, prostheses, smart clothing, wearables). They will spend part of their time assisting with human subject data collections, data analysis and engineering device development, and part of their time on project management and motion analysis lab management, including helping to oversee and maintain measurement instrumentation/equipment. Prior biomechanics and motion lab experience is desirable. This is a full-time staff position, not a student position or internship. The initial appointment will be for one year, with the possibility of renewal based on satisfactory performance. The expectation is for the successful candidate to remain for a minimum of 2 years.


Post-doc Positions – Expected Soon, But Not Posted Yet

To express early interest in the Postdoc position(s) you can submit your CV/resume HERE

Skill sets of high interest include: biomechanics (study design, human data collection, analysis), wearables (biosignal analysis, instrumentation), and/or user-centric design of wearable tech and assistive devices (exos, prostheses). Please review preferred start dates at the top of the page to assess your potential eligibility/availability. For doctoral students nearing graduation: first, congrats (you’re almost there!) and second, it would be helpful if in the CV/Resume submitted you also include your scheduled or expected PhD Defense date, thanks.


To recommend a great candidate for either position please email Dr. Laura Judson & CC Prof. Karl Zelik, thanks!
laura.judson@vanderbilt.edu , karl.zelik@vanderbilt.edu

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