[visionlist] NINDS, NIH BRAIN Initiative: Program Director Position

Crystal Lantz crystallantz at gmail.com
Tue Mar 1 14:03:55 -05 2022


The Brain Research through Advancing Innovative Neurotechnologies®
Initiative (BRAIN Initiative), along with the NINDS Division of
Neuroscience, is seeking exceptional candidates for the position of
*Neurotechnology
Program Director *(Health Scientist Administrator -13/14 or 15).

This is a unique opportunity to advance the Neurotechnology portfolio for
the BRAIN Initiative, a historic multi-billion-dollar effort to transform
neuroscience by developing the technologies of the future.  It offers
collaborations with highly motivated, skilled, and scientifically curious
colleagues from 10 NIH Institutes and Centers and from partner agencies
such as NSF and DARPA.  It requires extensive engagement and outreach to
the research community to assess trends, communicate priorities, and
identify new opportunities.  Responsibilities include developing new
programs, making funding recommendations, and direct managerial oversight
of grants and research cooperative agreements.

The position will be responsible for overseeing a portfolio of grants and
cooperative agreements to support these scientific areas: neural interface
technologies that record, modulate, or stimulate neural activity; novel
materials and neural interface devices; and biotechnologies applied to the
nervous system (including development of hardware, software, and
computational techniques). Candidates should possess a doctoral degree and
post-doctoral training, with expertise in research towards understanding
and applying neural engineering concepts and technologies. We encourage
applications from candidates who enjoy working collaboratively and bring a
diverse perspective to neural engineering research.

*Job Post Link*:
https://www.ninds.nih.gov/About-NINDS/Jobs-At-NINDS/Health-Scientist-Administrator-neural-engineering

Please send a letter of interest and curriculum vitae to Dr. Ned Talley at
talleye at ninds.nih.gov.
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