TissueVision develops novel imaging and tissue analysis products to help researchers develop cures for diseases. Since founding the Company based on our research at MIT with high speed 3D tissue imaging, we have seen our products and services go on to be used by thousands of scientists in academia and industry across North America, Europe and Asia and result in major findings published in top journals.
We are looking to add an enthusiastic and experienced electrical engineer to our team.
As part of an interdisciplinary team you will be applying your EE skills broadly to help develop our next generation imaging and tissue processing hardware and services. This includes PCB board development, FPGA programming and analog electronics.
You will also be the lead on a cutting edge spectroscopy project that combines multi-gigahertz RF analog electronics and FPGA data processing to real-time process multi-gigabyte streams of fluorescence images. This project will be of particular importance in cancer and neurodegeneration conditions like Alzheimer's disease.
What's it like to work at TissueVision? We are small team of collaborative scientists, engineers and programmers who have a passion to apply our expertise to make better tools for biologists. The major problem in biomedical research today is that researchers don't have the right tools to answer crucial questions, especially when investigating the all-important tissue and organ levels of biology. We make tools that fill this need.
In addition to developing hardware, we also work directly with researchers through our TissueMetrics contract research services at www.tissuemetrics.com.
If you find the idea of applying your skills in electrical engineering to further biomedical research exciting, we'd love to hear from you.
Responsibilities: Your primary role will be to help lead the development of our next generation imaging platform. This includes data acquisition, analog A/D and programming. We are particularly interested in a person that has experience with RF electronics, C++, and imaging. As part of your role you will interact daily with other members of the team that include experienced optomechanical engineers, programmer, and biophysicists. While we need a candidate with specific technical skill sets, we appreciate a candidate who has a demonstrated ability to think through a problem.
This position would be ideal for a person with several years of industry experience at large or mid-size companies who is now looking to play a significant role in helping lead product development in the growing field of biomedical optics. Salary is commensurate with experience.
Bachelors plus 5-10 years of experience
Electrical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Physics, or related degree
Analog electronics / PCB
Experience with C/C++
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Exposure to biomedical optics
Time Resolved Fluorescence
Light detection / Photomultipliers / CCD
Please send your CV and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
TissueVision is an equal opportunity employer and considers qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, gender, age, religion, disability, sexual orientation or any other protected factor
About TissueVision, Inc.
TissueVision is based in Somerville MA and was founded in 2005 by experts in the field of biomedical imaging and histological processing in the Biological & Mechanical Engineering Departments at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
The Company has received numerous patents and has been awarded multiple grants from the National Institutes for Health in recognition of its innovative tissue imaging and processing technologies.
TissueVision's technology has been used to tackle previously unsolvable problems in fields ranging from cancer, fibrosis, to neuroscience. The scientific discoveries that have resulted from the Company's products have been featured in top scientific journals such as Nature, Neuron, PNAS, and Nature Methods.
In 2018 and 2019 TissueVision has seen continued recognition from the NIH for its innovative technology development with several NIH grants to push forward its imaging and tissue processing instrumentation.