Interested on joining our group? Below are current open positions:
Postdoctoral Fellow Positions
One NIH-funded postdoctoral position is open in Sava Sakadzic’s group, located at the A. A. Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging at the Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School, to conduct preclinical studies on cortical and retinal oxygen delivery and consumption.
We are seeking highly motivated researchers with a desire to begin an independent career related to or involving neuroimaging. The successful candidates will have a Ph.D. in biomedical engineering, medical physics, neuroscience, or equivalent degree. However, we will consider exceptional candidates of any scientific background. Please see the detailed description of the job position 3173234 at
Please email Sava Sakadzic (firstname.lastname@example.org) a cover letter describing research interests and experience, and updated curriculum vitae and contact information of three references.
Research Assistant Positions
One NIH-funded Research Assistant position is open in Sava Sakadzic’s group, located at the A. A. Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging at the Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School. This position will support the projects developing a novel optical microscopy technology and studying cerebral physiology and pathophysiology. The individual will work closely with experts in the fields of optical imaging specifically and functional neuroimaging broadly. This position will provide excellent exposure to preclinical state of-the-art optical imaging instrumentation and the field of biomedical optics in general. The individual in this role will help to perform measurements of oxygen delivery and consumption on microscopic scales in preclinical animal models, analyze the data, and maintain and improve multimodal microscopy instrumentation. The Optics Group routinely performs measurements in small animals. Please see the detailed description of the job position 3173235 at
Please email Sava Sakadzic (email@example.com) a cover letter, updated curriculum vitae and contact information of three references.
January 8, 2021
The Center offers opportunities for graduate and undergraduate students in engineering, physics, neuroscience and biological sciences to conduct research in a multidisciplinary environment.
Research areas include fNIRS, DCS, OCT, and microscopy. Research projects span the spectrum from basic biological research, the development of cutting edge technologies, and early stage clinical studies. Based on the research interest students should contact the appropriate Optics faculty member.