Full Job Title: Research Fellow - Pulmonary Imaging Research
Job Number: 89986
Location: Cincinnati, OH
Date Posted: 7-13-2017
· Ph.D. in related discipline, MD, or equivalent degree and experience in pulmonary MRI.
Preferred applicants will have experience with hyperpolarized-gas production and/or delivery in vivo, quantitative texture-based or feature-based image analysis, UTE MRI, and/or pulse-sequence programming. The CPIR sits at the intersection of Radiology, Pulmonary Medicine, and Neonatology; team members have diverse backgrounds that range from atomic physics to pulmonology. Since this job will involve experiences with MDs and PhDs with varied scientific backgrounds, willingness to openly communicate, learn new sub-fields, and teach others is essential.
Experience with the technical aspects of MRI, with a preference for skills related to Philips pulse-sequence programming and/or hyperpolarized gases. An innovative approach to experimental design. Strong attention to detail, and the ability to synthesize information, create new knowledge, and deal with new situations are all essential to success.
Organization: Possess strong organization skills and attention to detail
Research Methods Skills: Designing and conducting effective research studies that address measurement, data collection, and validity issues; identifying or developing appropriate, accurate, relevant, and reliable measurement methods; drawing appropriate conclusions from study results.
Analysis: Strong analytical skills with the ability to make judgments and recommendations based on statistical analysis
Statistics - Intermediate: Familiarity with statistical software, statistical techniques, statistical process control principles, and graphical data display
Time Management: Prioritization and time-management skills sufficient to meet deadlines in a fast-paced environment
Communication – Advanced: Excellent verbal, written and/or interpersonal communication skills
Programming – Basic: Working knowledge of programming
Writing – Scientific: Strong scientific writing abilities
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