The Tech4Health program at NYU Langone Health is seeking candidates for an open faculty position with interests at the interface between engineering and biomedicine.
Who we’re looking for
Ideal applicants will be dynamic, innovative and collaborative, with outstanding research achievements and a creative research plan. A strong background in technology development relevant to biomedical applications is expected. Particular areas of interest include new devices for monitoring and modulating body functions and biological processes, as well as methods for understanding the resulting data.
Candidates must have a PhD degree or equivalent in engineering, physics, computer science, and/or related technical disciplines; show evidence of the ability to pursue extramural support for building an independent and ambitious research program; and demonstrated an entrepreneurial mentality.
Rank, salary, and tenure status will be commensurate with the qualifications of the candidate. Anticipated start date is September 1, 2019.
Who we are
Tech4Health is a new institute at NYU School of Medicine (NYUSOM), recently ranked #3 for research in the United States NYU Langone Health community includes leading programs in biomedical imaging, neuroscience, and computational biology among other areas. Our mission is to design technologies to improve human health. We serve as a hub for the development of new enabling technologies that will advance basic biomedical discovery and clinical care.
Located on a newly renovated floor on the NYUSOM superblock on 1st Avenue, Tech4Health is home to a diverse and rapidly growing group of investigators committed to the development of new tools and technologies for monitoring, modulating, and analyzing bio-signals. We promote a dynamic, collaborative culture of innovation, modeled after historically successful centers of innovation both in academia and industry. Tech4Health core staff includes faculty, students, and a cadre of professional engineers. We work closely with clinical and research departments around NYUSOM, as well as with faculty at NYU’s Tandon School of Engineering.