Biomedical Engineering is a field , which is developing tremendously in India, But Students who study this course of Biomedical Engineering in India are not happy with this course , the only reason being is stated as
Today, I want to address the same issue with the perspective of student who is like me, reading status updates on facebook & who is making 🙁 smileys when asked about jobs ,Please read the information mentioned Below carefully, May be something someday may help you in getting a dream job like this only.
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Applications are invited for the Post of Post-Doctoral Research Fellow/Jr Research Fellow/Sr Research Fellow/Research Associate for a Project sponsored by the Indo- German Science and Technology Centre under the Department of Science and Technology, Ministry of Science and Technology, Government of India (IGSTC/Call 2014/decision/2015 dated 1 st July 2015)
Title of the Project: “Next-generation dynamic Scheimpflug imaging and biomechanical analytics for in vivo quantification of corneal viscoelasticity (SIBAC)”
Qualification: B.Tech., M.Tech or Ph.D in Mechanical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering or any related field (preferably CSIR NET/GATE qualified for M.Tech)
Number of Position: One
Principal Investigator: Dr.Abhijit Sinha Roy, Division of Imaging, Biomechanics and Mathematical Modeling, Narayana Nethralaya Foundation, Bengaluru – 560 100, KA.
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The Bioengineering program at CMC-Vellore is unique in India in offering Postgraduate engineering education in a medical institution. It imparts training in engineering analysis, design and prototyping within a multi- faceted medical institution. Its aim is to bring some of the best global practices in interdisciplinary biomedical engineering R&D to address healthcare problems inIndia.
Bioengineering at CMC
Bioengineering Involves basic science and applied research in medical instrumentation, prostheses, mathematical analysis of physiological processes, biomechanics of musculoskeletal
systems, rehabilitation engineering etc. Bioengineering has engineering at its core, and includes the disciplines of physics, mechanics, electronics, and computational methods applied to
physiology and medicine.
The Bioengineering department at CMC-Vellore works closely with several other departments in CMC and significant work has been in Physiological Measurements, Prostheses and Assistive Devices, Electrodiagnostics, Neuorehabilitation technology etc. The department has electronics and mechanical fabrication and testing labs as well as embedded and GUI software development facilities. Devices developed in the department are in use in clinical departments and research labs in CMC and other institutions. The Bioengineering department at
CMC is a participant in a three institution M.Tech. (Clinical Engineering) and Ph.D. (Medical Devices) initiative, jointly run by IIT-Madras, SCTIMST-Trivandrum and CMC-Vellore. The
admissions for those programmes are advertised separately.
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The institute of Neuroscience and Medicine at the Research Centre Jülich, Germany, has an open PhD student position in our collaborative project entitled “From spike trains to whole-brain dynamics – Bottom-up and top-down processing during active vision” to fill. This project addresses the question how visual input is processed in extremely short time cycles of fixations and saccades through interaction of various cortical areas. MEG recordings from human subjects performing free viewing tasks will allow for the simultaneous observation of neuronal activities from different cortical areas during active vision. Analysis of subjects’ performance and brain activity on these visual tasks enables us to study the information flow through various cortical areas, and to identify top-down components interacting with bottom-up processes.
Terms of Reference Short Term Consultant – Healthcare Technologies (Diagnostics)
National Health Systems Resource Centre (NHSRC) has been set up under the National Health Mission (NHM) as an autonomous registered society, to channelize technical assistance and capacity building support to the states for strengthening the public health system.
NHSRC intends recruiting Short Term Consultant – Healthcare Technologies (Diagnostics) purely on contractual basis.
Contract Tenure: Initially a Three Months contract will be given, which can be extended further by three months, subject to performance of the individual and requirement of the Division.
Location: NHSRC Office, New Delhi
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Hi , I have a opening in a distributor medical device company based out of Chennai taking care of sales and technical interventional cardiology case supports in primary hospital in Chennai.. People with biomedical engineering background… Both graduates and 1 year experience can apply… Date of joining will be after a month… Interviews lined up immediately… Contact Ashok 9751499313 9597085999
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The Neuroelectromagnetic Oscillations (NEMO) Lab, directed by Sarang Dalal and recently relocated to Aarhus University (Denmark), is recruiting postdocs and PhD students for a large ERC-funded project.
The ERC project will examine in detail how neural oscillations communicate information between the retina and cerebral cortex in humans, during presentation of various types of visual stimuli as well as during rest. This will involve several recording techniques, primarily magnetoencephalography (MEG) and electroretinography (ERG), with some components involving scalp EEG, intracranial EEG in epilepsy patients, and transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS).