Chronic wounds are dangerous, care
intensive and expensive. Millions of diabetics/ heart patients suffer from
chronic wounds, which can take months/ years to heal. They are painful, ruin
lives and cost society millions.
Innovation is dedicated to raising the standard of
wound care, using electric therapy to improve quality of life for patients and
reduce cost of care. We are science based cooperating with Professor Colin
McCaig, Institute of Medical Sciences, University of Aberdeen, Scotland - one
of the foremost ES-experts in the world - as well as excellent technicians and
You are to develop a mathematical model
of the mechanisms of electric therapy in wound healing and implement this model
in a simulation environment (e.g. Comsol). Simulation experiments are to be
designed and executed to study and optimize the electrical characteristics of
various electrode designs and placements.
You are a techie with a vast knowledge
of electricity and electronics (electrodes, sensor technology, and programming
of microcontrollers). You have experience with Comsol and can teach yourself
new features. Likewise, you have detailed insight into the human body, cells,
tissue and healing processes. You are ambitious, methodical, and document your
work. You are street-smart, practical and have a positive can-do mentality. You
are dedicated, dependable and respect deadlines.
Depending your (team) profile and
aptitude there are many possibilities for the right candidate(s) ranging from
MA project, research assignments, internship or perhaps employment
opportunities in this exciting venture.
CEO, Valdemar Siesbye, Tel. +45 2070
In collaboration withVanquish Innovation