A post-doctoral position is available at the Duke University Center for In Vivo Microscopy (www.civm.duhs.duke.edu) in Durham, NC to work in a high-performance computing environment on adapting, developing, and implementing methods for small animal image analysis, based on integrating multimodal imaging. MR, CT, microSPECT, and optical microscopy will be used to provide quantitative biomarkers for small animal models of human disease. The position is fully funded for a period of 2 years by the NIBIB.
The Center for In Vivo Microscopy has a strong history in high-field magnetic resonance microscopy and microCT, and has recently added confocal microscopy and microSPECT.
· PhD in Computer Science, Biomedical Engineering, Physics, or similar discipline
· Good written and oral communication skills in English
· Good publication record
· Proficiency with programming languages (C, C++, R, Perl, MATLAB)
· Ability to conduct independent research
· Experience working in a high-performance computing environment
· Experience with image processing, machine learning, and analysis of large data sets
· Experience with MRI pulse sequence programming
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