The Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering at Georgia Institute of Technology and Emory University has openings for Lecturer positions. Our community of 1,200 undergraduates, 400 graduate students, and more than 150 faculty and staff make us one of the largest and most diverse BME programs in the country. We value and work to improve our educational programs as evidenced by the 2019 Bernard M. Gordon prize.
For this role, we are interested in candidates who contribute to the culture of instructional excellence and ongoing innovation primarily but not solely in our undergraduate program. We have specifically identified four areas of focus for these positions: (1) fluid mechanics, transport phenomena, and related biological mechanisms and biomedical applications; (2) introduction to human physiology, biological systems physiology, and organ function; (3) engineering design, especially medical devices, FDA regulation, and human-centered design; (4) engineering communication focused on storytelling to support individual development, leadership, and career progress. An extended job ad can be found here. That job ad contains example syllabi for each of the four areas, information about the department, and application instructions. Applications can be submitted at the following link – please note that we are using an anonymous first round review of candidates and ask that candidates submit blinded documents as described in the extended ad.
For inquiries, please contact the BME NTT Search Committee at NTTSearchCommittee@bme.gatech.edu.
Todd Fernandez, PhD, (He/him/his)
Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering
Georgia Tech Institute of Technology
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