Nephrology & Hypertension
The Medical Imaging Analyst utilizes both commercially available and proprietary image registration, image analysis, and depending upon assignment, tracer kinetic modeling software. The Analyst is responsible for ensuring high standards of data collection, image reconstruction, and data analysis. The incumbent is main person responsible for both routine and non-routine data processing and analysis of analysis of images in our research programs. Depending upon assignment, may perform work in neural disorders, Alzheimer's Disease, kinetic studies, and other areas.
This is a limited tenure position that has been approved for approximately one year that may have the possibility of turning into a regular position.
A Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering, Medical Physics, Computer Science, or Mathematics, or other related field of study is required.
Additional graduate study or course work in specialty area or M.S. or equivalent is preferred. Knowledge of basic mathematics and proficiency with computers are required.
Direct experience in one of these areas is desired: Biomedical imaging, MRI imaging, image processing, database management.
Experience in the following areas are preferred: computer programming, algorithm development, machine learning, deep learning, software testing and support, and/or database management.
Education, experience and tenure may be considered along with internal equity when job offers are extended. The minimum pay rate is $23.89 per hour.
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