The primary role is to carry out human physiology testing in various patient and non-patient groups for the Clinical and Human Performance Physiology Research Laboratory. Sets up and performs routine and established lab procedures in support of lab goals, grant commitments, i.e. gas exchange and measurement of metabolic data, general pulmonary function testing, diffusing capacity of the lungs for carbon monoxide and nitric oxide (DLCO/DLNO), acetylene open circuit and rebreathe techniques for measurement of cardiac output (Q), exercise testing, wireless device monitoring, etc. Possess an advanced knowledge in specialized field of study: cardiovascular, respiratory, exercise and environmental physiology, altitude (hypoxia) exposure, and human performance with experience or interest in cardiovascular diseases (heart failure or pulmonary arterial hypertension), cardiovascular interventions and evaluations (e.g., cardiac catheterization, ultrasound/echocardiography). Monitors results, reports unusual outcomes and suggests modifications. Additionally, this position will also assist with conducting cardiopulmonary exercise tests for patients as part of our research lab’s clinical responsibilities
Requires bachelor's degree in biology, chemistry, or other relevant science.