This position serves as the principal technical lead for the Center for Neuroimaging as well as a key advisory role to other research groups within and outside the School of Medicine. Direct and provide technical assistance, guidance, training and support for the advanced computational and storage workflows of a large multidisciplinary group of clinical investigators working with functional and structural magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), positron emission tomography (PET), and other imaging techniques. Oversee advanced technical research methodology identification and development of innovative technologies for advanced technical applications in support of diagnosis and longitudinal monitoring of brain disorders. Foster and lead collaborations with a broad range of technical groups within the School of Medicine, other IU departments, and the national research community. This includes taking the technical lead on various projects spanning research groups within IU and national multi center trials. Manage, train and mentor junior staff to analyze various research data sets in supporting clinical investigators. Manage staff in prioritizing work on different projects and assigning of duties on those projects. Provide research specific consultation to faculty on appropriate analysis and imaging workflows.
Master's degree in computer science, physics, engineering, or a related field and five years of experience in medical imaging.
Knowledge of image analysis software packages (SPM, AFNI, FSL, etc.) as well as experience with neuroimaging methods (fMRI, DTI, etc.). Knowledge and experience of Matlab and other programming languages as well as experience with LINUX, UNIX, Apple, and Windows administration.
Working Conditions / Demands
Ability to perform the essential functions of the position with or without accomodation.
Goodman Hall, Neuroscience Center
Salary Plan: PAE
Salary Grade: 4IT
Job Function: Information Technology
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