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Mechanical / Biomedical Engineer

Yale University
New Haven , Connecticut 06510
  • Job Type
    Employee
  • Job Status
    Full Time
  • Shift
    1st Shift
  • Jobs Rated
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Artificial Heart lab at Yale University is seeking an engineer to join their research team. The position is funded by a grant from the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) of the National Institutes of Health (NIH).

The successful candidate will be expected to develop functional prototypes and perform high level testing on a blood pumping system. She/he will be working with an interdisciplinary team of cardiac surgeons, engineers, and other technical and clinical experts. She/he will be expected to lead the development of the electro-mechanical control systems besides the pump system. The mechanical system will include novel blood pump designs. She/he will also be responsible for organization and management of laboratories under faculty mentors’ supervision. Ability to work independently and in a team based environment.

Requirements

Required qualifications:

  • Mechanical Engineering or a closely related field (e.g. Biomedical Engineering with Mechanical System experience, Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, Material Science, Mathematics, Physics)
  • Advanced degree preferred

Preferred qualifications and experience:

  • Blood/Fluid pump systems experience
  • CAD Modeling (ANSYS, Blade Gen, geometry modeler, solidworks/Autodesk)
  • Bio-Instrumentation (Labview)
  • Various fabrication techniques including rapid prototyping (3D printing)
  • Shear stress/hemolysis testing
  • In vivo and In vitro testing

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Posted: 2020-10-13 Expires: 2020-11-12

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