The Biomechanical Engineer will be able to develop independent research projects, collaborate with scientists working in various aspects of skeletal biology, biomedical and regenerative engineering and provide service work related to μCT and Biomechanics Core.
Biomedical Engineer jobs in Hartford, Connecticut (CT)
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- $114K •Monitors and observes patient's physiological variables such as blood temperature, blood composition and flow rate, and adjusts equipment to maintain normal body functions; takes corrective action when abnormal situations arise, and keeps surgeon and anesthesiologist fully informed about patient's condition at all times.
- The primary responsibilities of the senior robotics engineer will be to participate in research, development, application, and transition of collaborative robotics in the context of the utc business units, including of pratt and whitney, utc aerospace systems, climate, controls, and security, and otis for diverse applications that encompass manufacturing, service, inspection and potential new product offerings.
- A senior level candidate will lead development of complex projects, from high - level requirements, involving teams that may include other software developers, bioinformatics analysts, statisticians and scientists.