Wireless Implantable Device

Undergraduate students will work closely with a graduate student on an independent project. The project will focus on using molecular and microtechnology-based approaches to wirelessly control implantable devices. The goal will involve solving a defined clinical problem, and may include applications involving a neurodegenerative or cardiovascular disease. Possible credit or remuneration, with a commitment of 10 hours per week term-time and full time during the summer.

Lab: Samuel Sia

Direct Supervisor: Samuel Sia

Position Dates: 6/1/2019 - 8/31/2019

Hours per Week: 35

Paid Position: Yes

Credit: Yes

Number of positions: 1

Eligibility: Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, Senior (SEAS only)

Professor Samuel Sia, 629 Pupin, [email protected]

Location: Mary Woodard Lasker Building, 3960 Broadway, Room 204