Reporting to the Director of the Cognitive Neuroimaging Center (CNC), the Associate Director/Senior Scientific Systems Architect has primary responsible for the technological oversight of the CNC, including responsibility for the MRI scanner and Center computational infrastructure. The Assoc Director will contribute to the overall strategic development of the Center, the design and implementation of center research infrastructure, and will oversee the day-to-day operations of the Center with support from the MRI Technician and Neuroimaging Staff Scientist. This position has primary responsibility for the oversight and daily operational aspects of the computational infrastructure for the Cognitive Neuroimaging Center and is responsible for computational training and design and development of state-of-the-art computational systems and data analysis pipelines for Center users.
Doctorate and 5-8 years of experience required.
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Internal Number: 3085
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