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Research Postdoctoral Fellow (AI in Pediatric Precision Imaging)Posted by: Postdoc positions by NIH
Posted date: 2019-Apr-25
The Sheikh Zayed Institute for Pediatric Surgical Innovation at Children’s National Health System has openings for research positions in pediatric precision and quantitative imaging. Located on the top floor of the pediatric specialty hospital, the Institute houses one of the most dynamic pediatric bioengineering research sites. We are based in the exciting capital city of Washington DC with endless options for culture, entertainment and great food.
Positions are available at the level of postdoctoral fellow based on the applicant’s experience. The candidates will work in a team that includes geneticists, radiologists, surgeons, computer scientists and biomedical engineers to conduct research and development on medical image analysis, pattern recognition and artificial intelligence. For a selection of publications by our team, please see https://sites.google.com/site/mglinguraru/publications.
Positions are available in the following research areas:
Candidates should have a Ph.D. or equivalent research experience in the areas of computer vision, medical imaging and/or machine learning evidenced by peer reviewed publications. Other required qualifications are strong programming and good communication skills. We offer competitive salary, personalized visa options for international applicants, and opportunities for professional growth.
Specific Requirements and Preferences
Ph.D. or equivalent doctoral degree in an accredited college or university in a specific field. (Required)
Responsible Conduct of Research
Commitment to Research
To apply, please email your CV and other supporting material to Dr. Marius George Linguraru (mlingurachildrensnational.org) and Dr. Antonio R. Porras (aporraspechildrensnational.org).