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Job Postings 2022

By Stacey Ladieu and Felipe Orihuela.

The list is in reverse ordering to posting publication (to our knowledge) with more recent atop. If you know of any other job opportunity that you think it should be announced here, or you want an ammendment to be made to one of the posting, please do contact us with the event information so that we can be more comprehensive. Please note that we cannot guarantee that this offers are still open. For future issues, we encourage you to announce events in our Facebook group or in Tweeter using the hashtag #fNIRSjob .

Posdoc Position: Functional connectivity analysis of the avian brain through diffuse optical tomography

• Posted by: Jason W. Trobaugh
• Posting date: Nov 4, 2022
• Where: University of Texas at Austin
• More information at: https://utaustin.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/UTstaff/job/UT-MAIN-CAMPUS/Postdoctoral-Fellow—Botero-Lab_R_00023103

The Botero Lab at the University of Texas at Austin invites applicants for a Postdoctoral Research position in the development of High Density Diffuse Optical Tomography (HD-DOT) and functional connectivity in birds.

This position will provide opportunities for extensive collaboration (both virtual and through occasional site visits) with a research team of world leaders in neuroimaging and evolutionary biology located in Austin, TX (Carlos Botero, Integrative Biology @ UT Austin), Saint Louis, MO. (Joseph Culver, Biophotonics Research Center @ Washington University in Saint Louis) and Bochum, Germany (Onur Güntürkün, Biopsychology @ Ruhr-Universität Bochum). The successful applicant will assist with the development of methods for the analysis and interpretation of functional connectivity data and with the development and validation of HD-DOT imaging for birds. The project will also offer opportunities to develop new evolutionary methods for large-scale cross-species comparisons of functional connectivity.

Our team is looking for a highly collaborative colleague with a robust quantitative background, extensive coding experience, and ideally, some imaging/instrumentation experience. The Botero Lab offers an inclusive, nurturing, and family-friendly culture with ample career development, intellectual exploration, and outreach opportunities tailored to the applicant’s own abilities and interests. All are welcome to apply.

PhD Position: fNIRS for Mobile Stroke Detection

• Posted by: Christoph Schmitz
• Posting date: Sep 13, 2022 – Oct 06, 2022
• Where: Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft (HTW) Berlin, Germany
• More information at: University web site

Our Lab at the HTW Berlin is looking to fill a PhD candidate position immediately for the development of next-generation wearable fNIRS technology and its application in clinical stroke diagnosis. The position will be funded over four years within our Medical Electronics Program at the School of Engineering (Faculty 1). The position will be co-advised by the Clinic of Neurology of the Charité University Hospital Berlin.

We are looking for candidates with a science or engineering background, ideally with knowledge and working experience in one or several of the following areas: fNIRS, hardware and software development, biomedical sensing, biomedical signal analysis, biomedical imaging, opto-electronics/mechanics, rapid prototyping, neuroscience.

 The official job posting (in German only) may be found here.

 For additional information please contact christoph.schmitz@htw-berlin.de.

Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft (HTW) Berlin is the largest University of Applied Sciences in Berlin, offering over 70 study programs in a wide range of disciplines, including engineering, technology, computing, business, culture and design.    

Postdoctoral training position at UT Southwestern Medical Center

• Posted by: David R. Busch
• Posting date: Jun 7, 2022
• Where: Dallas, TX, USA
• More information at: https://www.utsouthwestern.edu/education/graduate-school/postdoctoral-scholars/assets/non-minimally-invasive-optical-tissue-monitoring-busch.pdf

A postdoctoral training position is available in the laboratory of David Busch at UT Southwestern Medical Center. This laboratory focuses upon development and translation of diffuse optical and correlation spectroscopic instrumentation to monitor the central nervous system. The fellow will be focused on translation of diffuse optics into the surgical and critical care setting. This work is performed in close collaboration with enthusiastic clinical collaborators. Current projects include non-invasive monitoring of cerebral hemodynamics during extracorporeal membrane oxygenation, microvascular dysfunction associated with COVID-19, and minimally invasive monitoring of the CNS in large animal models. Fellows will be expected and encouraged to develop new lines of research, collecting pilot data for their future independent research careers, within the general themes of the lab.

PhD position at Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (PTB)

• Posted by: Amelia Young
• Posting date: Mar 18, 2022
• Where: Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (PTB), Berlin
• More information at: English: shorturl.at/fkuBW Deutsch: shorturl.at/fsDJX

PTB’s Department 8.3, Biomedical Optics, is looking for a candidate to fill a PhD position at their Berlin-Charlottenburg site from 1 May 2022 for a fixed term of three years.

The work includes research into functional near-infrared spectroscopy and the oximetry of the human brain. Within the scope of a joint project with NIRx Medizintechnik GmbH Berlin (which develops wearable systems for near-infrared spectroscopy of the brain), we are developing and adjusting innovative analytical and investigative methods to determine the concentrations of oxyhemoglobin and deoxyhemoglobin in the human brain.