Cognitive Empowerment Program + SimTigrate Design Lab, Georgia Tech College of Design
The College of Design’s SimTigrate Design Lab is seeking a postdoctoral fellow to work on research programs linking the design of the built environment to experience, health and organizational outcomes. The post doc will work primarily with the Charlie and Harriet Shaffer Cognitive Empowerment Program’s (CEP) built environment core. The CEP is a large collaborative research program between Emory and Georgia Tech to use innovative therapies, built environments and technologies to empower people with MCI and their care partners.
In addition, the fellow might work on other research programs such as funding and needs dictate. The fellow will help design, conduct, analyze and write up the research, including authoring or co-authoring presentations and journal articles and may collaborate in writing funding proposals. The candidate may participate in or lead classes in the College of Design as appropriate, including planning, creating class materials, and lecturing. The fellow may both work as a member of, and lead, diverse multidisciplinary teams and should be able to work well as a part of a team. Applications received by March 7, 2022, have the best chance of being reviewed for the available fellowship; but applications will be accepted and reviewed until the position is filled.
Find out more about the SimTigrate Design Lab at simtigrate.gatech.edu or by email at email@example.com.
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For detailed information about the position, click HERE
To apply, click HERE and search for job ID 239641