Leidos is seeking a Biomedical Engineer III to support intramural human use research at the Naval Medical Research Unit Dayton, OH. The successful candidate will support research studies and analyses to understand the human cognitive and physiological factors associated with military operations in the aviation, space, and related environments especially as they relate to motion sickness (e.g., sea-sickness, air-sickness, simulator-sickness and space-sickness), aeromedical standards, altitude effects, fatigue assessment, aviation safety, acceleration effects, neurocognitive/neurophysiological effects, and related areas. Research activities will involve human use research both in the laboratory and in the field.
Lead the design, development, and testing of biomedical technologies and devices to support research at NAMRU-D.
Serve as a project lead with responsibility for developing, directing, coordinating, and executing major research and development efforts, associated with human cognitive and physiological operational impacts in the military aviation environment. This will include execution of research protocols in support of aeronautical research objectives, including physiological monitoring and administering psychophysical tasks.
Manage collection and analysis of data, computer programing, statistical analysis, design and construction of research equipment and support systems in collaboration with principal investigators, and then incorporate these analyses into technical reports, posters, presentations, laboratory notebooks and documentation binders.
Perform daily routine set-up and maintenance of critical human devices to include the preparation of devices for specific research protocols, operation of devices during testing and data collection, routine preventive maintenance of devices, and data collection and recording from research conducted on the devices. Devices include aircraft motion and orientation simulators, and various physiological and medical monitoring types of equipment.
MA/MS plus 8 years of relevant physiology and engineering experience
Ability to obtain Secret Clearance
Experience in the design, development, testing, and evaluation of biomedical technologies and devices
Experience in human subject research
Experience in a military or medical research environment is highly desired
Pay Range:Pay Range $94,250.00 - $145,000.00 - $195,750.00
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