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Open Positions

Current openings:

Medical Device Engineer - Assistant/Associate Specialist (3/28/17)

This position will serve as a general-purpose design and development engineer for medical device research and development projects within the Department of Surgery’s Surgical Innovations program. The engineer will have responsibilities on multiple device development projects as assigned by the program’s directors and will be expected to attend all meetings of the department’s Innovations Group. [...]

Surgical Research Fellow (3/2/17)

We have 2-3 openings starting July 2017 for surgical residents interested in focusing on surgical and biomedical device innovation during their dedicated research years. One- and two-year positions are available and open to UCSF residents and trainees from accredited residency programs nationally. See our Innovation Pathway page for more information and contact Elizabeth.Gress@ucsf.edu to begin the application process.

Technical Project Manager - Assistant/Associate/Full Specialist (12/21/16)

We are seeking a PhD-level biomedical engineer to provide technical support, project management, and coordination for a suite of medical device research and development projects underway by the program’s faculty, trainees, and staff engineers. This individual is needed to facilitate the development progress of these projects by leading and contributing to the design of tests and experiments, development and maintenance of laboratory and animal research protocols, proposal writing, project reporting, manuscript preparation, and project coordination between team members, collaborators, and contractors. [...]

Summer 2017 Internships

Surgical Innovations offers a limited number of summer and academic year research internships for undergraduate and graduate engineering students as well as medical students with relevant background and interests. Past interns have been involved with prototype design and testing, clinical trial support, and pitching to investors. [...]

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