Neuralynx is an industry pioneer and leader in neuroscience electrophysiology research tools comprised of specialized, customizable hardware and software data acquisition systems used to measure neural signals down to the individual nerve cell activity. Its flagship product, Cheetah, was designed, built and tested for NASA’s Neurolab Space Shuttle, and successfully recorded high-frequency single neuron “place cells” from two rats simultaneously while in orbit on Columbia in April 1998. In 2011, Neuralynx released the FDA-cleared ATLAS Neurophysiology System for use in clinical environments for the identification and analysis of epileptic signals, allowing doctors to treat and research this debilitating disease. In June 2015, Neuralynx released its revolutionary Cube-64, the only wireless multi-subject digital 64 channel acquisition system.
Neuralynx supports over 1000 Cheetah Data Acquisition Systems worldwide in use at universities, research institutions, and hospitals, including MIT, UCLA, Mayo Clinic, Yale and MSU. Longtime Neuralynx customers, May-Britt and Edvard Moser (Norway), were awarded the 2014 Nobel Prize in Medicine for their discovery of the brain’s spatial navigation system.
Neuralynx actively supports the educational training of neuroscience students through its participation in summer intensives, including the Transylvanian Experimental Neuroscience Summer School (TENNS, Romania) and Neural Systems and Behavior (Marine Biological Laboratory, Massachusetts), providing data acquisition systems and animal interface devices.
Neuralynx also offers summer and academic year internships for undergraduate and graduate students, many of whom have continued employment with Neuralynx following graduation.
Integral position within our Engineering Department performing low noise analog and mixed signal (A/D and D/A) circuit and product design for our data acquisition products. Must work well in a fast-paced team environment, with strong communication skills and attention to detail.
Perform schematic capture and PCB layout design
Circuit design and PCB layout
Interface closely with Manufacturing and Sales
Some Customer interaction
Bachelors or Masters in either Electrical Engineering or Electrical and Computer Engineering
3-5 years Altium schematic capture and PCB design tools
Xilinx FPGA design experience
Medical Device Regulatory environment
Programming in MATLAB, C++, Python or Java
Practical product design experience for DFM and DFT
Primary Responsibilities - Design, Develop and test software in real and non-real time projects.
Masters in Computer Science or related
Understanding of basic neuroscience
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