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The Department of Radiology, Basic Radiological Sciences Ultrasound Division has an immediate opening at the Research Associate I (Temp level) for individuals interested in signal and image processing as well as experimental ultrasound investigations.
Data science work including:
- Signal and image processing of ultrasound rf-signals
- Machine Learning for B-mode image segmentation
- Database work with REDCap
- Image annotation and segmentation of clinical, pre-clinical and benchtop, B-mode, color flow and other ultrasound images
- Manuscript writing of clinical, pre-clinical and benchtop findings
- Manage data acquisition, storage and processing of project(s) assigned to. Weekly reports to and meeting with PI.
- MS in BME or related field.
- Work in a team, contribute, take ownership, publish;
- Excellent skills for data/image processing and large data handling
- Knowledge of ultrasonic medical imaging (diagnostics and quantification) with application in the emerging field of dental ultrasound.
Med Sci I, 3200 suite
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