15 structural-engineering positions at National Institutes of Health

  • National Institutes of Health | 28 days ago

    ), Bethesda, Maryland, in the Laboratory of Infectious Diseases (LID), Structural Informatics Unit (SIU). The SIU seeks to elucidate the molecular architecture, function and epitope diversity of viral proteins

  • National Institutes of Health | about 4 hours ago

    . The funding for this position is stable and acceptable topics of study include human perception, construction of AR/VR experiences, and self-management of clinical conditions aided by AR/VR exposure. A two

  • National Institutes of Health | 23 days ago

    . The position is an exciting opportunity to be at the forefront of this rapidly developing new field. The NIH-funded research project will investigate the impact of preterm birth on cerebellar structural and

  • National Institutes of Health | about 3 hours ago

    qualifications include a Ph.D. in neuroscience, biomedical engineering, computer science or a related field. The successful applicant will have expertise in anatomical MRI, DTI or rs-fMRI analysis, strong skills

  • National Institutes of Health | about 3 hours ago

    a theoretical model; 3) expertise in advanced statistical methods (e.g., dyadic analysis, hierarchical linear modeling, longitudinal analysis, multivariate analysis, structural equation modeling); and

  • National Institutes of Health | about 4 hours ago

    . Ability to assemble and create an effective Grant proposal. Preferred Qualifications: PhD preferred, especially in the sciences or engineering. Experience as a postdoctoral fellow. Administrative experience

  • National Institutes of Health | about 4 hours ago

    , planning, construction, and execution of communications/marketing plan in collaboration with CEO Execute the day-to-day social media activities Qualifications: Strong writing, editing, proofreading, layout

  • National Institutes of Health | about 2 months ago

    record of independent thinking and skills in advanced technology including CRISP-CAS, transgene vector construction, recombinant protein production, and electron microscopy. Additional requirements

  • National Institutes of Health | about 2 months ago

    , is highly desirable; experience in MS is preferred but not essential. The successful applicant will be expected to develop robust algorithms for segmentation of brain structure and pathology in MS

  • National Institutes of Health | 7 days ago

    to predict chemical effects such as carcinogenesis, developmental defects, and systemic toxicity. Other work will involve developing novel computational approaches to combine chemical structural information

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