A summer research position is available under the guidance of Prof. Katherine Reuther in the Department of Biomedical Engineering. The global objective of the research is to develop strategies to improve rotator cuff tendon healing following repair. The project may include basic science and clinical research. The student will develop techniques (software and hardware) for quantification of shoulder motion in a clinical setting. The student will also participate in data collection and analysis for an ongoing clinical study designed to understand the mechanical mechanisms of tendon repair failure.
Lab: Dept of BME/Orthopedics
Direct Supervisor: Katherine Reuther
Position Dates: 6/1/2017 - 8/10/2017
Hours per Week: 30-40
Paid Position: Yes
Qualifications: Prototyping (3D Printing, Laser cutting, electronics), Physics.
Eligibility: Junior, Senior, Master's; SEAS only
Professor Katherine Reuther, firstname.lastname@example.org, 351G Engineering Terrace, 212-851-0272