Neuromodulation is a fast-developing field involving neuroscience and engineering. Our research in the Department of Urology, University of Pittsburgh focuses on the mechanisms underlying neuromodulation of lower urinary tract function and development of novel methods to modulate or block nerve activity.
This position involves working in a team environment with a group of scientists under the direct supervision of the Department of Urology faculty.
Job duties entail assisting the investigator with animal experiments including preparing animal for surgery, assisting with surgery, monitoring responses to different stimuli and medication, data collection and processing. Other duties include data entry, running computer simulation software, documenting simulation results, and data plotting.
Bachelors degree with 2-3 years experience.