If you are an undergraduate or graduate student interested in growing your research experience, applying to MS or PhD program at your dream university, going to medical school, or establishing a STEM career in the future, our lab may be a good place for you. You will get the opportunity to learn to use the latest tools and equipment in electric, mechanical, optical and biomedical engineering, including signal generators, oscilloscopes, logic analyzers, 3D scanners, 3D printers, CNC machines, PCB prototyping machines, laser cutters, fiber optics tools, lasers and photodetectors. In addition, you will gain experience with software such as Altium Designer, Autodesk Inventor, Fusion, SolidWorks. This position will enable you to work with established engineers, research scientists, MDs, and participate in cutting-edge research projects in the lab. Sponsored by NASA, NIH and other agencies, our unique wearable functional neuroimaging and multimodality physiological monitoring technologies are currently used in research in operating rooms, home monitoring for Alzheimer’s diseases and Related Dementias, space flight analogs, antarctica, and acute mountain sickness studies at Mt Kilimanjaro and Mt Everest. The internship can be both local or remote; since 2015, nearly 50 US and international students have completed their intern training in the lab and have been admitted by graduate programs at prestigious universities.

If you are interested, feel free to send your application to jgong5@mgb.org.