The Fenton Lab (CNS/NYU) is seeking an experienced, Lab Associate/junior software engineer for design, development and programming of existing and novel research software in a university physiology research setting. Programming projects include
i) updating and innovating software for real-time digital video-based tracking of locomoting subjects with TTL control of hardware feedback in the Windows environment ii) database management and organization in the Linux environment iii) Web-based graphical analysis pipelines. iv) Novel data analysis pipeline.
The successful candidate will work closely with research scientists and trainees, be interested in and able to understand physiology research questions.
Bachelor's degree in Bioinformatics/Engineering, neuroscience or related discipline. Experience coding in C/C++/C# is required, as software will rely on the Microsoft .NET framework and be developed within the Visual Studio environment. Programming in R and PHP is also required.
Please submit a copy of your CV and cover letter.
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