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We are seeking a motivated project assistant in the field of neuroimaging and informatics, to join INI Microstructural imaging Group, led by Farshid Sepehrband. The research will focus on data analysis of neuroimaging data focusing on traumatic brain injury and dementia. The successful applicant will have experience in mathematical modeling, biomedical image analysis, statistical analysis, bioinformatics, big data, multimodal MRI and machine learning model implementation.
Bachelor in Biomedical imaging, computer science, applied mathematics, statistical analysis, neuroscience or related fields (Master degree in Electrical Engineering or Computer Science is a plus)
Experience with applying TensorFlow and Nipy on multi-modal MRI images
Statistical and big data analysis
Machine learning proficiency
Experience with GAN and VAE networks
Minimum Education: High school or equivalentMinimum Experience: 1 yearMinimum Field of Expertise: Knowledge of data collection procedures and some experience with proposal preparation and production of technical documents
Internal Number: REQ20084074
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