Working at CBPR
We are a high-paced, highly dynamic, and intensively motivated research group with individuals from many different nationalities and professional backgrounds. We share the challenging mission of eliminating disabilities due to sensorimotor impairment. We love what we do, and we love doing it together in a friendly and inspiring environment. We welcome skilled, motivated, and respectful individuals to join us!
We are currently searching for talented, experienced, and highly motivated researchers for the following positions:
- Postdoctoral/Senior Researcher
A tenure-track position could be a possibility for an individual with an exceptional resume. Applicants must have already completed (or expect to complete soon) a Ph.D. on neuroprosthetics, neuroscience, pain, or other topics relevant to our research.
- Research Engineer (Electronics/Mechatronics/Robotics)
We are searching for an skilled Electronic Engineer to support the development of cutting-edge neuroprosthetic and rehabilitation technologies. The main responsibilities will be around system integration and electronic interfaces (HW/SW), and therefore experience with analog and digital electronics is required. The ideal educational background for this position is on electronics, but mechatronics or robotics is acceptable with an strong emphasis on electronics.
How to Apply:
If you find our research as exciting as we do, please send an e-mail to email@example.com with: your CV (including your list of publications), academic transcript, and area/projects of interest.
For Master’s Students
We often host M.Sc. thesis projects from national or international students. If you are interested in conducting your thesis project with us, please contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Be sure to include your:
- Academic transcripts (courses and grades)
- Dates in which the project must be conducted
- Area/project of interest
- Project proposal (if you have one)
If you would like to file an open application, please contact us by email at email@example.com and include your:
- Academic transcripts
- Research area(s)/project of interest