WHY YOUR CAREER AT SNR LAB?
A Cut Above the Rest
A scientific research laboratory in a Harvard-affiliated hospital, Surgical Navigation and Robotics Laboratory centers on the development of innovative computer and engineering methods for image-guided therapy and surgeries. With a proven track record of scientific publications under its belt, Surgical Navigation and Robotics Laboratory is certainly a cut above the rest.
Surgical Navigation and Robotics Laboratory goes over and beyond your basic science. We use developed biomed engineering methods in real clinical practice. We do science, engineering, and applications.
Platform for Thriving Careers
Surgical Navigation and Robotics Laboratory has empowered many successful researchers and they have continued their career in the industry, universities, and within Harvard Medical School.
The SNR Laboratory and its Parent Institutions
Working at the Surgical Navigation and Robotics Laboratory is an exciting experience. We are part of the National Center for Image-Guided Therapy at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, a teaching affiliate of Harvard Medical School. Our faculty members are also professors of Harvard Medical School, and research fellows upon review and appointment will be granted a position at the medical school as well.
We have an opening for T32 fellowship program entitled “Training in Image-Guidance, Precision Diagnosis and Therapy. Appointments will be for one to two years. Salary is commensurate with qualifications and years of training. Interested applicants to SNR laboratory shall fill out the inquiry form.
Student Interns (Boston area school only)
We are looking for student interns (undergraduate or graduate) enrolled in degree accrediating programs in Boston area. Stipend support is provided as needed. Preference is given to Graduate and Medical Students who stays in the lab in fall/spring semester, or conduct research project as part of project in the school.
International Visiting Researchers
SNR welcomes visitors from international institutions to stay and participate in our research. In the past we have had students seeking Masters and/or PhD degrees and postdoctoral fellows with MD and/or PhD degrees work with us. The recommended duration of the stay varies depending on the nature of the projects being pursued and the background of the visitors; successful visitors stay more than one year. Visiting Research Positions are unpaid positions. Applicants should be supported by their own funding to join the SNR laboratory. We assist in prospective postdoctoral fellows’ applications to fellowship programs to support their stay in the SNR laboratory. Examples of fellowship programs we support are the Marie Curie International Outgoing Fellowships for Career Development (IOF) and the Japan JSPS fellowship.
If you have identified an fellowship program, please approach us using this form.