Date: September 22, 2017
Title: Research Associate
Department: Case Center for Imaging Research
School: School of Medicine
Location: Wolstein Research Building 6131
Supervisor Name and Title: Pallavi Tiwari, PhD, Assistant Professor, Biomedical Engineering
The Research Associate(RA) will carry out computational imaging and analytical research for our project which strives to develop a fully computerized risk predictor to assess benefit of adjuvant therapy in Lung Cancer. Research projects will involve dealing with large scale data sets and developing algorithms and computing technologies to process, extract features and analyze these digitized histology images using machine learning and deep learning methods. Knowledge of extensive coding in Matlab/Python/C++ and prior machine learning experience is desired. He/she will have the opportunity to be involved in multiple NIH funded projects at the School of Medicine alongside and acquire new skills and expertise. The Research Associate will have a chance to present and apply for a multitude of conferences and seminars to showcase his/her research
Organize, design, and implement image analysis architectures for processing digitized histology slides
Develop new and adapt existing algorithms for data analysis and image processing.
Implement processing pipelines for the generation and annotation of tissue images.
Optimize new ways to extract features and use machine learning algorithms for selecting predictive features
Associate findings with clinical data and work on adapting the workflow in the clinical setting for the research.
Generate documentation and version control for software, datasets, and analyses.
Interact with graduate students, post-docs, software developers, pathologists and oncologists in support of research projects and analyses
Assist in the preparation of and/or lead the development of manuscripts, preliminary data, experimental design, and methodology sections for manuscripts and grant proposals.
Participate in, and present research findings at national and international conferences.
Perform other duties as assigned.
Department: Daily interaction with lab members (team environment) (60%)
University: Interaction with faculty on various projects (20%)
Students: Daily interaction with students who are part of the lab (20%)
PhD in Biomedical Engineering or related field
Command of programming platforms as Matlab.
Command of scripting languages such as Python, C++
Knowledge of command line operation and linux/unix operating systems
Knowledge of machine learning and deep learning architecture and algorithms
Knowledge of data management, general database tasks, and “big data” architectures
Basic knowledge of statistics
Strong written and verbal communication skills
General office environment. Limited manual dexterity required. Work requires negligible physical exertion with no exposure to hazards.
Interested applicants should contact Pallavi Tiwari at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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