USARIEM Research Opportunities

Currently there is a freeze on hiring. We will gladly still accept applications.

 

Internship program application due dates:

Summer: March 1st
Fall: July 15th
Winter and Spring: December 10th

For more information or to apply, send resume and cover letter to:

USARIEM Human Resources Department
Kansas Street, Building 42
Natick, MA 01760-5007
USArmy.Natick.MEDCOM-USARIEM.mbx.USARIEM-HR@mail.mil

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Force Sensing Treadmill

Environmental Physiology Research

  • Hot, cold and high terrestrial altitude environments
  • Acclimatization, performance and environmental injury
  • Heat exchange & clothing biophysics & physiological monitoring

Occupational Medicine & Performance Research

  • Warfighter performance – physical / cognitive
  • Nutrition and metabolism
  • Injury epidemiology
  • Biomechanics
  • Bone health

Benefits of USARIEM Internships

  • World class facilities
  • Learn all aspects of the research process
  • Exposure to applied and basic research
  • Acquire new skills
  • Wide variety of human performance related protocols
  • Develop career-long relationships
  • Flexible hours and dates
  • Close to Boston & accessible by public transportation

Internship Programs

  • Available all semesters
  • For credit or non-credit
  • Paid or unpaid
  • Variable or fixed length
  • Must be a U.S. Citizen

Careers at USARIEM

  • Research Scientists
  • Research Support Staff
  • National Research Council Post-Doctoral Fellowships
  • Military Positions
  • Research Student Internships

For ORISE info visit http://see.orau.org/

For CPOL Portal visit https://acpol.army.mil/ako/cpolmain/

Research Divisions

Biophysics & Biomedical Modeling (BBMD)

Develop and validate biomedical models to predict the effects of heat, cold, high altitude, hydration, and clothing systems and equipment on Warfighter performance.

Clothing Biophysics • Biomedical / Predictive Modeling • Physiological Monitoring

Learn more about BBMD

Military Nutrition (MND)

Conducts nutritional research that provides a biomedical science basis for developing new rations, menus, policies and programs to enable Warfighter health-readiness and optimal performance.

Nutritional Physiology • Warfighter Nutritional Requirements • Ration Evaluation • Dietary Supplements

Learn more about MND

Military Performance (MPD)

Conduct research to enhance the performance (physical, cognitive, behavioral and psychomotor) of military occupational tasks, or to prevent performance decrements due to physical overload, nutritional deprivation, environmental and operational stresses, and musculoskeletal injuries.

Physical Training / Human Performance Optimization • Musculoskeletal Injury Reduction • Military Biomechanics Research • Cognitive Performance, Decision-Making & Judgement • Injury Epidemiology • Deployment Health Protection

Learn more about MPD

Thermal & Mountain Medicine (TMMD)

Conduct research to sustain and enhance performance (physical and cognitive) and minimize medical problems associated with military operations at environmental extremes (heat, cold & high terrestrial altitude). In addition, research supports military materiel developers of clothing, equipment, food and pharmaceuticals.

Heat Stress Physiology • Cold Stress Physiology • High Altitude Physiology • Environmental Illness • Hydration

Learn more about TMMD

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