Duke University is a world renowned research institution with 2 recent Nobel prize laureates. Currently, we are looking for a Research Associate with expertise in deep learning to participate in a federally-funded research program focused on development of machine learning tools and their application to medical imaging, cancer radiogenomics, and adaptive computer-aided education.
The candidate for this position will be a highly motivated individual with experience in deep learning and a masters degree in computer science, electrical engineering, biomedical engineering, biomedical informatics, biostatistics or a related discipline.
Required qualifications include (1) expertise and experience in machine learning, (2) experience with deep learning, (3) proficiency in computer programming, (4) good verbal and written communication skills.
The Research Associate will apply his/her technical skills toward development and implementation of machine learning, computer vision, and other algorithms for analysis of medical images and prognostication as well as to other tasks related to this research program in order to solve important clinically relevant problems. He/she will work in association with the newly formed Duke Center for Artificial Intelligence in Radiology in a thriving research and clinical environment where he/she will be able to interact with researchers as well as clinicians. This appointment will allow for improving the candidate’s engineering skills as well as becoming familiar with current health care problems.
Career development benefits:
Duke University is committed to mentoring and supporting young investigators. It offers multiple professional development seminars on topics including preparation of grant applications, academic promotion, presentation skills, writing, alternative career paths and other topics that will prepare the Research Associate for the future career in academia or industry. Dr. Mazurowski’s laboratory has a strong track record of publications by the trainees and the trainees of the Mazurowski lab have found strong positions after completing their time in the lab including faculty positions at leading institutions.
Candidates should send a brief (up to 200 words) cover letter describing why they are a good match for this position and when is the soonest date that they could start the appointment. The applications should also include a CV (including all publications), and names and contact information of three references. The applications and/or any additional questions regarding the position should be sent via e-mail to:
Maciej Mazurowski, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Radiology and Electrical and Computer Engineering
Faculty in Duke Medical Physics Program
Member of Duke Cancer Institute
tel: +1 (919) 684 1466