I understand that there have been relatively few applicants for the
post advertised below. As I was working on the project up until last year,
I am obviously interested in seeing the work continue. Consequently I
have taken it upon myself to advetise the post a little more widely.
NOTE: it is well past the closing date for applications, so you need to
get your interest registered a.s.a.p. if you want to get a foot in the
The work involves micromachined microelectrodes (microprobes) for
interfacing with the nervous system.
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BioMedical Engineering, University of Surrey
Applications are invited for two, newly created, Lecturer positions as part
of expansion of Health and Medical Sciences programmes.
Closing date June 7th 1998
Post 1: Foundation Lecturer in Bioengineering
Candidates should have an interest and expertise in one or more
bioengineering aspects of microengineering applied to neural implant
investigation of the passivation and biocompatibility of the materials
used in microprobe design
interface instrumentation and interpretation of neural signals
detailed micro circuit design.
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For further details contact Liz Roberts, BioMedical Engineering Group,
SMME, University of Surrey, Guildford, UK, GU2 5XH.
tel. +44 (0)1483 259 678: fax +44 (0)1483 306 039
email: e.roberts at surrey.ac.uk
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