University of Pennsylvania Neuroimaging Data Analyst Junior in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
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Neuroimaging Data Analyst Junior
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Neuroimaging Data Analyst JuniorThe Penn Lifespan Informatics and Neuroimaging Center (PennLINC) is part of the Department of Psychiatry, the Neurodevelopment & Psychosis Section, and the Lifespan Brain Institute (LiBI). Our goal is to delineate normal brain maturation and understand how abnormalities of development give rise to psychiatric symptoms. To do this, we leverage advanced multi-modal MRI imaging. The Neuroimaging Data Analyst Junior will provide support for managing and analyzing data. See our website at www.pennlinc.io for more details.
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Neuroimaging Data Analyst Junior
The Neuroimaging Data Analyst Junior provides support for managing and analyzing neuroimaging data. Analysts play a central role on large-scale neuroimaging projects that seek to understand brain development and the biological basis of mental illness. Within these projects, they work in a team environment with a diverse, multi-disciplinary group of faculty and trainees from psychiatry, psychology, engineering, statistics, and computer science. Primary responsibilities include management, processing, and analysis of high-dimensional imaging data. Additional responsibilities will be assigned based on the successful candidate's skills and interests. All analysts additionally lead independent projects where they write first-author manuscripts that are frequently published in top journals.
The ideal candidate has a Bachelor's Degree, in Engineering, Statistics, or Computational Neuroscience, as well as 1-2 years of research experience. Master’s degree preferred. To succeed in the highly collaborative environment, excellent interpersonal and communication skills are required. Program and data analysis skills are strongly preferred, including Python, linux/bash, and R. experience with neuroimaging tools (SPM, AFNI, FSL) is preferred but not required.
Background check required. Position contingent on funding.
Working ConditionsOffice, Library, Computer Room; Requires extensive safetyPhysical EffortTypically sitting at a desk or table; Occasional lifting 25 lb. or less
Job Location - City, State
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Perelman School of Medicine
$20.00 - $36.00
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