The responsibilities of this position include:
The RA will participate in the development of optimized magnetic resonance fingerprinting (MRF) sequences that could reduce patients’ anxiety.
The RA will translate methods into clinical applications and will work with clinicians to address technical questions.
He/she will collaborate with faculty members from CWRU and other academic institutions.
As a RA, he/she will prepare manuscripts and contribute data for grant proposals.
Department: Daily contact with principal investigator, department faculty, research associates, graduate students, medical fellows, and research assistants.
University: Frequent contact with faculty, research personnel and staff
External: Moderate contact with outside collaborators
Students: Continuous interaction with graduate students within the laboratory
This RA will supervise graduate students in conducting MRI research, image processing and reconstruction and data analysis for a variety of projects in the Center.
Experience: 0-5 years of experience in Engineering or related field.
Education/Licensing: PhD in Engineering or related field
- Magnetic resonance imaging physics
- Experience in computational methods for MR sequence programming
- Mathematical and computational background for optimization
Working indoors. This work will not be exposed to hazards.
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