This position is based at the Translational Neuromodeling Unit (TNU), a division of the Institute of Biomedical Engineering, a joint institution by ETH Zurich and the University of Zurich. The TNU develops new methods and computational assays for individualised prognosis and treatment prediction in computational psychiatry/psychosomatics.
Together with partners from the Departments of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering (D-ITET) and Health Sciences and Technology (D-HEST) at ETH as well as the University of Zurich, the TNU is establishing a new laboratory for Optically Pumped Magnetometers (OPM) for non-invasive measurements of human physiology in health and disease. A particular focus is on developing new methods for measuring brain activity in human patients, under patient-friendly conditions (e.g. free movements, VR) that limit or exclude the use of existing neuroimaging technologies.
The employment is initially on a fixed-term contract; a switch to a permanent position can be considered at a later point in time.
The main responsibilities of this position include:
Mandatory qualifications and characteristics include:
Desirable (but not mandatory) qualifications include:
We look forward to receiving your online application with the following documents:
Please note that we exclusively accept applications submitted through our online application portal. Applications via email or postal services will not be considered. Applications will be considered until the position has been filled.
Further information about the Translational Neuromodeling Unit at the Institute of Biomedical Engineering can be found on our website: www.tnu.ethz.ch. For further information, please contact Prof. Klaas Enno Stephan, phone no. +41 44 6349125 or email email@example.com (no application documents).
|Title||Head of OPM Laboratory|
|Job location||Rämistrasse 101, 8006 Zurich|
|Published||December 24, 2020|
|Job types||Professor,   Management / Leadership  |
|Fields||Electromagnetism,   Physiology,   Neuroscience,   Bioinformatics,   Psychiatry & Psychology,   Human Biology,   Medical Physics,   Computational Biology,   Signal Processing,    and 1 more. Electronics  |