Interested in working in the REED Lab?
We are always looking for enthusiastic hard-working students interested in doing research on robotics and human motion, specifically for rehabilitation and medical applications. Undergraduates and students interested in pursuing a Ph.D. are encouraged to contact us. Experience with programming (C/C++), robotics, and/or human motion is very beneficial in this line of research. If you are interested in working on these projects, please e-mail Dr. Reed and we can discuss the specific opportunities available. Please include your resume highlighting you recent research accomplishments, research interests, and describe what your ideal research project would be. It would also be beneficial to look over our publications and reseach pages and explain how you might extend some of these topics if you were to work here.
If you are interested, you will additionally need to apply for USF graduate school here.