Clinical Research Specialist (New York City, Houston, Chapel Hill Area)

Clinical Research Specialist position is available for an upcoming clinical trial at a major cancer centers where the focus of the trial will be to improve lung cancer diagnosis using rapid imaging and artificial intelligence. The Clinical Research Specialist will perform trial tasks under the direction of Invenio’s Director of Clinical Education while working closely with the site’s Clinical Investigator and their team to ensure overall adherence to the approved study protocol. This provides an exciting opportunity for a motivated individual to work as part of a small multi-disciplinary team and play a crucial role in a state-of-the-art medical technology trial. It may also provide additional opportunity for someone interested in the medical field to gain additional clinical experience and opportunities for publication.

Key Responsibilities:

●        Acquisition of imaging data from human tissue specimens via the NIO Laser Imaging System

●        Act as the primary point of contact for all study-related bio-specimen collections

●        Management and organization of collected data for the clinical trial

●        Maintenance of well-organized records and reports through the duration of the trial

●        Interface directly with investigators/research coordinators to reconcile any discrepancies in clinical data

●        Provide updates to study team members regarding changes to workflow

●        Ensure sufficient inventory of material, supplies, and equipment for performance of research

●        Perform basic troubleshooting of NIO Imaging System if needed

●        Quality assurance/quality control data checks

●        Opportunities might arise allowing collaboration with other internal hospital departments or existing hospital sites in the area


Preferred Qualifications & Competencies:

●        Bachelor's degree (bioengineering or science degree preferred) or equivalent combination of education and experience required

●        Excellent organizational skills and ability to maintain accurate records

●        Tissue specimen handling or OR experience (optional)

●        Knowledge in pulmonology/bronchoscopy, oncology, and/or pathology is a plus

●        Excellent interpersonal, written, and verbal communication skills

●        Self-starter who is solution-oriented and execution-oriented

●        Careful attention to detail

●        Must be able to work independently and collaborate with a team

●        Time management skills and ability to work under pressure

●        Proficiency with Word and Excel

Postdoctoral Fellow - Medical Imaging, Spectroscopy and AI (Santa Clara, CA)

Postdoctoral Fellow needed to drive the development of our second-generation imaging system, refine the sample preparation workflow for various organ types, and participate in AI development. The postdoctoral fellow will also have the opportunity to support trials of the imaging system at leading academic and private hospitals in CA. The postdoctoral fellow will report directly to the CTO and influence future technology decisions and implementations. This provides an exciting opportunity for a motivated individual to transition from academia to medical industry and work as part of a small, multidisciplinary team shaping the creation of a medical device product from start-to-finish.


Duties include:

  • Explore optimal imaging modalities for a second-generation imaging system and build prototypes

  • Develop custom optics, electronics, and software for the beam-scanning microscopy platform

  • Develop custom fixtures and test procedures for various electronic components 

  • Develop custom consumables to streamline sample preparation 

  • Support clinical trials for the resulting technology


Required Qualifications:

  • PhD in biomedical engineering, chemistry, physics, or biology

  • Background in microscopy and spectroscopy 

  • Experience in optics, electronics, and software development

  • Strong interests in medical devices and clinical translation

  • Motivated and independent worker

Clinical Applications Specialist – Western Region

Clinical Applications Specialist – West Coast (preferably out of the Bay Area) is needed to execute successful operation of the NIO Laser Imaging System at key customer sites in California using the system in surgical oncology cases. Position entails working with specialists mainly in neurosurgery, pathology, interventional pulmonology and gastroenterology.

Clinical Sales Applications Specialist – Eastern Region 
Individual needed to execute demos of the NIO Laser Imaging System and help drive the sales process at key institutions in the East Coast. Ideal candidate is close to a major airport. Great opportunity for someone wanting to get into clinical sales.