Postdoctoral Research Fellow (Dept. Biostatistics & Informatics - University of Colorado)
Friday 9th October 2020
The Department of Biostatistics and Informatics of the Colorado School of Public Health - University of Colorado (Anschutz Medical Campus) is looking for a motivated postdoctoral research fellow. The selected candidate will work on a NIH-funded project that has the goal to quantitatively characterize head development in children using large medical image datasets. The outcomes of this project with improve pediatric healthcare directly and will establish the necessary scientific basis to better understand how pathology and genetic factors affect cranial development.
- Have a PhD or be in the last year of a PhD program in the fields of Computer Science, Engineering, Mathematics, Physics or equivalent
- Proactivity and excellent communication skills (oral and written)
- Ability to work both independently and as a team member within a research environment
- Track of peer-reviewed publications in the field of medical image computing
- Proficiency in Python and C++ programming languages
- Experience with ITK/simpleITK and/or VTK
- Experience with machine learning methods
- Experience with statistical shape modeling methods
- Creation of novel image analysis and machine learning methods resulting in peer-reviewed publications
- Application of image analysis and machine learning methods to create normative population standard references using large image datasets
- Coordination with clinical collaborators
- Contribution to lab activities and growth
The lab is committed to support the career development of the candidate. We offer full benefits package and we are committed to diversity and equality in education and employment. Interested candidates are welcome to send their CV and cover letter directly to Antonio R. Porras (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The Department of Biostatistics and Informatics of the Colorado School of Public Health brings together biostatisticians, data scientists and computer scientists to create methods and tools that allow analyzing data quantitatively to find answers. The selected candidate will be part of a young, dynamic and collaborative team that works in direct collaboration with clinicians to address important challenges in medicine and healthcare.
The department is at the center of the Anschutz Medical Campus – a modern education, research and patient care facility and one of the largest academic health centers in the west of the US. Built to promote multi-disciplinary collaborations, the campus includes a biomedical education area, a clinical area, and a research area with multiple centers and institutes that perform ground-breaking internationally renowned research. The lab also works in close collaborations with two nationally ranked teaching hospitals on campus that treat 1.9 million patients each year: The University of Colorado Hospital and the Children’s Hospital Colorado.
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|Organization||Dept. Biostatistics & Informatics - University of Colorado (Anschutz Medical Campus)|
|Location||Denver metropolitan area|
|Title||Postdoctoral Research Fellow|