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PhD Student
University of Tennessee
Work as a graduate research assistant on NIH R01DK129428
Postdoctoral Fellow
University of Tennessee
Work as a postdoctoral fellow on NIH R01DK129428
Hiring PhD Students and Postdocs
University of South Carolina
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Link: https://sc.edu/study/colleges_schools/public_health/research/research_centers/acoi/work_with_us/index.php
Research assistant/PhD student
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
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Link: https://www.sport.kit.edu/rd_download/4.%20Im%20Studium/Job-Angebote/Stellenausschreibung_IfSS_MoMo2_Doktorand_2122-2022.pdf
Postdoctoral researcher
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
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Link: https://www.sport.kit.edu/rd_download/4.%20Im%20Studium/Job-Angebote/Stellenausschreibung_IfSS_MoMo2_PostDoc_2123-2022.pdf
Post-Doctoral Researcher in Machine Learning for Physical Activity Recognition
University of Limerick
We are seeking a post-doctoral researcher to work on machine learning models to recognise specific physical activities. The post doc will work in the WEALTH (Wearable sensor assessment of physical and eating behaviours) European Joint Programme Initiative project.
Link: http://www.ul.ie/hrvacancies/
Research Assistant/Associate (wearables, gait) - Newcastle University, UK
Newcastle University
Salary: Research Assistant: £28,756 - £30,497 per annum/
Research Associate: £30,497 per annum

Summary
This is an 18-month fixed term Research Assistant/Associate position and provides an exciting opportunity for an early career scientist who is interested in human movement, wearable technology and digital outcomes.
You will be expected to work in an interdisciplinary group who has an established international reputation in gait analysis and wearable technology analytics.

The work will be undertaken within the Brain and Movement Research Group with Dr Silvia Del Din, Prof Lynn Rochester, Dr Alison Yarnall and Dr Ríona Mc Ardle.

You will work as part of a research team supporting a range of projects (e.g. ActivDem, D&FP, Staying UpRight, Cure Parkinson’s Trust, etc.) aiming to look at the utility of wearable technology and digital mobility outcomes of real-world gait and physical activity to detect clinically relevant changes to post-diagnostic care, interventions and potential disease modifying effects.
You will be expected to provide training and technical assistance, manage the transfer and analysis of gait/physical activity data collected with wearable technology, novel and traditional gait analysis tools (e.g. instrumented mat, etc.) and publish and present key findings from the projects.

Information, eligibility criteria and requirements:
The ideal candidate should have a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Biomedical Science, Movement Science or related field (a PhD is essential for the Research Associate position), experience working with wearable sensor data and digital outcomes; proficient and independent signal processing, statistical and computational skills, and ability to work independently and as part of a team.

How to apply:
Please apply via Newcastle University Job Vacancies website (Requisition ID: 20283), deadline for applying: 28th June 2022:
https://jobs.ncl.ac.uk/job/Newcastle-Research-AssistantAssociate/812697101/
Link: https://jobs.ncl.ac.uk/job/Newcastle-Research-AssistantAssociate/812697101/
Post Doctoral Fellow
The University of Kansas Medical Center
The Division for Physical Activity and Weight Management supports research, training and clinics for the prevention and treatment of obesity in children, adults and special populations. The Division has a vibrant research agenda funded by The National Institutes of Health and a large and growing clinical weight management program. Interests include all components of energy balance, behavior, metabolic syndrome, weight management delivery systems, technology, brain function, special populations (those with intellectual and physical disabilities), rural populations, medical co-morbidities (e.g., liver, diabetes) and others.
Link: https://kumc.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/kumc-jobs/details/Post-Doctoral-Fellow_JR002437?q=JR002437
postdoctoral fellowship
Children's Hospital Los Angeles
The Infant Neuromotor Control Laboratory (INCLab) at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles (CHLA), in the Department of Pediatrics at the Keck School of Medicine at University of Southern California (USC), led by Dr. Beth Smith, is currently seeking a postdoctoral fellow. The postdoctoral fellow will primarily lead the analysis of longitudinal, full-day wearable sensor data collected in from infants with typical development and infants with or at risk for neurodevelopmental disabilities. The ideal candidate will have expertise analyzing biological signal data (MATLAB preferred); experience organizing and working with large data sets; and proficiency with writing manuscripts. The postdoc will collaborate with a team of research assistants, graduate students, and undergraduate students to collect and analyze data, deliver presentations, write papers and grants, and develop new studies. The postdoctoral fellow is also expected to pursue his or her own research question in complement to ongoing studies or using existing electroencephalography and wearable sensor data. Numerous current projects in the INCLab are funded by the National Institutes of Health.

Qualifications include: 1) a Ph.D. or equivalent degree in Engineering, Psychology, Kinesiology, Neuroscience, Rehabilitation Sciences, or a related field, 2) experience programming, particularly in MATLAB, 3) experience with collecting, processing, and analyzing biological signal data, particularly wearable sensor data, 4) strong publication record, (5) strong communication skills, (6) an ability to work effectively both independently and in a team-oriented environment, (7) experience working with children and their families.

Additional information on these projects can be found at:

https://sites.usc.edu/inclab/

To learn more about this position, including how to apply, please email Dr. Smith (bsmith@chla.usc.edu).
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