Positions Available

Interested on joining our group?  Below are current open positions:

Research Fellow Positions

Carp Group
December 6 2017
A Post Doc position is open in Dr Carp’s Lab to work on instrumentation, data processing
algorithms, as well as validation and clinical studies for adult brain neuromonitoring. We invite individuals with a PhD in Biomedical Engineering or related field, a knowledge of biomedical optics, and practical experience in performing measurements and data analysis with Matlab to apply. We also value individuals with good communication skills, and who are fast learners. This is a one year appointment, available immediately, with a possibility of extension based on performance review. If interested please include the following in your application:

  • A cover letter.
  • CV summarizing all relevant academic, professional, and other achievements, experience, skills and knowledge. Including a publication list.
  • Names of three referees.

For enquiries please email Dr Stefan Carp at carp@nmr.mgh.harvard.edu
We welcome applications from people in all diversity groups.

 

Franceschini Group
October 26 2017
Two Post Doc positions are open in Dr Franceschini’s Lab to develop new NIRS systems.
We invite enthusiastic individuals with a PhD in Electrical Engineering, Biomedical Optics, or Physics, and knowledge of lasers and optics, or photon counting detectors and electronic prototyping to apply. We also value individuals with good communication skills, and who are fast learners. These are two-years fixed term appointments, expected to start Spring-Summer 2018.
If interested please include the following in your application:

  • A cover letter.
  • CV summarizing all relevant academic, professional, and other achievements, experience, skills and knowledge. Including a publication list.
  • Names of three referees.

For enquiries please email Dr Mari Franceschini at mari@nmr.mgh.harvard.edu
We welcome applications from people in all diversity groups.

 

Students

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.

 

Research assistants
Currently we have no open RA positions.