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Req Number: 11579
Department: Pediatric Brain Imaging Program
Schedule: Full-time
Shift: Hours To Be Determined
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This position requires significant prior experience in MRI clinical research and image processing. The individual will be responsible for the overall coordination of large or complex clinical MRI research projects activities and will perform a variety of MRI research related duties including MRI database set up and maintenance, MR imaging processing, and provide administrative/clerical support of clinical trials in an effort to assist investigators in organizing, gathering and compiling clinical MRI research data. This CRC III will also be responsible for working closely with clinical researchers, biomedical engineers to maintain optimal function of the laboratory; assisting with the development of MRI computational techniques, applying existing brain imaging software to analyze MRI data, supporting end-users with implementation of image processing pipelines, assisting with performing MRI research studies at Children’s National Medical center and other collaborating centers; managing the input, storage, and organization of large quantitative MRI datasets. The position may support multiple investigators or studies. The CRC III may assume responsibility for directing the work of Clinical Research Assistants (CRC) or other Clinical Research Coordinator (CRC I-II). The Clinical Research Coordinator III requires minimal supervision and works largely independently. The individual is supervised by a senior research staff member or principal investigator.

 

Education and Training: 

BA/BS degree in science, technical, or health-related field with 3-5 years of relevant experience. 

 

MS degree preferred in biomedical engineering, computer science or related field with 1-2 years relevant experience

 

Experience Required:

1-2 years of MRI clinical and/or research experience and MR imaging processing experience.

 

Special Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

 

Knowledge in MRI clinical research; previous experience with MR image processing, competence in programming C/C++, Python, OpenGL, JAVA, VRML operating systems; Windows; Linux; Matlab, able to manage multiple responsibilities and activities with close attention to detail, effective interpersonal skills and ability to communicate with a diverse group of individuals.

 

 

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Date Posted: Mar-21-13
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