Open Post-doc Positions

We have an open position for a post-doctoral fellow in Medical Robotics. Successful candidates have experience in research and publications in image-guided therapy and medical robotics and a strong desire to receive training at a translational research laboratory in a Harvard-teaching hospital. Our research emphasizes the clinical deployment of novel imaging, computing tools, and robots. Salary is commensurate with qualifications and years of training. Interested applicants to SNR laboratory shall email their resumes to Dr. Nobuihko Hata.

International Visiting Scholars (MD, PhD)

SNR welcomes foreign visitors 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.  Successful applicants should be employed by the home institution and paid at least 120% of the NIH Post-doc payscale for post-docs and Salary Minimums for others.

Alternatively, successful applicants will receive fellowship funding through Marie Curie International Outgoing Fellowships for Career Development (IOF) and the JSPS Overseas Research Fellowship, providing a minimum of 120% of NIH Post-doc payscale for post-doctoral fellows and more for faculties.  Poof employment or recipient of fellowship fund is mandatory to proceed with the application process at the laboratory. We will not provide a gap funding between the fellowship and the salary minimums required.

Student Interns

We are looking for student interns (undergraduate or graduate) enrolled in degree accrediting programs in the Boston area for in-person attendance and outside of the Boston area for remote participation. Stipend support is provided as needed for students from the Boston area. Preference is given to Graduate and Medical Students who stay in the lab all fall/spring semester or conduct research projects as part of projects in the school.