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Title Postdoctoral Fellow, Cardiology
Specific Title Postdoctoral Fellow
Appointment Type Postdoctoral Fellow
Department IUSM - Medicine - Cardiology
Campus IU School of Medicine Indianapolis
The Krannert Cardiovascular Research Center (KCVRC) has, as its charge, the
interdisciplinary advancement in understanding, preventing, and treating
cardiovascular diseases, translating basic discoveries to favorably impact the
cardiovascular health of the people of Indiana and beyond. The Center aims to
advance the capabilities of high impact programmatic teams and a pipeline of
talent to establish around strong pillars and cross-cutting themes in
This position reports to Tom Everett, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Medicine
The Everett lab specializes in investigating mechanisms of atrial and
ventricular arrhythmias along with how nerve activity is affecting
physiological events and is seeking a postdoctoral fellow with expertise in
physiological data acquisition and analysis.
We are seeking a candidate who can develop data analysis platforms and work
with Python code, Matlab, and LabChart in the signal processing and both time-
series and frequency domain analysis of physiological recordings including ECG
and nerve recordings. This data will be used to investigate the cardiovascular
effects of altered vagal tone and sympathetic nerve activity. In addition, the
project will include analyzing data collected from Long-Haul COVID patients.
The person filling this position will also be expected to submit abstracts to
national conferences and develop manuscripts for publication.
Doctorate or terminal degree required. PhD or MD in the field of biomedical
engineering or a related field.
Prior research experience in a cardiovascular electrophysiology related area.
Department Contact for Questions
Yolonda Burbrink, SHRM-SCP, SPHR
Human Resources Business Partner
Priority Application Review Deadline 11/30/2021
Expected Start Date
OAA # IUSM011952016
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Letter of Application
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