Research Associate II

Job Description:
Responsibilities The Image Analyst (SRAII) will work semi-independently and with senior staff to process imaging data sets and reconstructed images and data for all sections.
The specialist will be under the direct supervision of the Operations Manager of the Clinical Quantitative Image Analysis and 3D Visualization Service, a subdivision of the Computer Vision and Imaging Biomarkers group, and as such, will also follow the directives of the co-directors of that group.
The specialist will collect data from CT and MR radiologic imaging modalities and utilize the data to produce images or imaging data sets which reflect and convey complex 3-dimensional relationships or functional aspects including but not limited to perfusion analysis and diffusion-weighted data, in order to highlight relevant anatomy or pathology.
The post-processed reconstructions include surface shaded display (SSD), maximal intensity projection (MIP), perspective volume rendering (VR), angiographic or flow visualization, and quantitative analyses.
Other duties include the ability to make accurate 3D volumetric and 2D measurements and vessel probes, and to create rotational batches.
The specialist will use computer workstations, networked and archival media, and hard and soft copy display vehicles, and will access the clinical and imaging databases to obtain necessary information regarding patients.
The specialist will be responsible for coordinating his/her work with senior staff including devising solutions to problems beyond his/her scope of knowledge.
Qualifications Have working knowledge of (or ability to learn) various workstations (e.
, Vitrea, Osirix, Visage, Syngo, and others) to process and generate high quality 3D, multi-planar and angiographic images.
Be able to use dedicated CAD packages for quantitative analyses and other tissue- or organ-specific processing (e.
, DynaCAD, iCAD, Profuse, and others).
Excellent work ethic and service attitude.
Attentive to detail and have knowledge of cross-sectional anatomy and medical terminology.
Excellent communication skills and ability to interact with a wide range of faculty and staff.
Excellent ability to perform a variety of duties with frequent interruptions and to work effectively under conditions of fluctuating workload.
Knowledge of Windows and Mac platforms, Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint.
Ability to acquire new technical skills and assume responsibility for new tasks.
Skill in setting priorities, which accurately reflects importance of job responsibilities.
Demonstrated ability to write clear, concise, and grammatically correct letters, memos, and emails.
Ability to work semi-independently as well as in a team setting.
Familiarity with internet software, browser, FTP, etc.
Be able to troubleshoot.
Bachelor's degree preferred.

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