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Research Opportunities at the Neuromechanics and Biomimetic Devices Laboratory

One goal of this laboratory is to redefine the relationship between research and teaching in a university setting. The Neuromechanics and Biomimetic Devices Laboratory will support and train postdoctoral research associates and graduate students in their role as research mentors. They will form Research Mentoring Teams together with undergraduate research students.

Graduate students using this facility are enrolled in existing MS and Ph.D. programs from Biology, Math, Biomedical Engineering, Computer Science, Mechanical-, Electrical-, Civil- and Computer Engineering and Psychology.

Undergraduates enrolled in independent research courses in these departments (e.g., Biology 93/193, Mech. Eng. 43) are welcome to carry out research at the BDL.

For general enquiries contact:

Michael Doire
Department of Biology
School of Arts and Sciences
Tufts University
200 Boston Ave. Suite 4700
Medford, MA 02155

Tel: 617.627.0322
Fax: 617.627.0309

For project enquiries contact:

Barry Trimmer
Laboratory Director
Neuromechanics and Biomimetic Devices Lab
Tufts University
200 Boston Ave. Suite 2600
Medford, MA 02155

Office: 617.627.3924
Fax: 617.627.0909