23 image processing positions at National Institutes of Health

  • National Institutes of Health | about 11 hours ago

    microscopy, electron microscopy, macromolecular structures, image processing, and developing new methods for nanoscale imaging and analysis are encouraged to apply. Applicants should have no more than four

  • National Institutes of Health | 4 days ago

    broad collaborative clinical neuroscience experience as well as for numerous publications in high impact journals. The other research focuses on developing image processing and image analysis techniques

  • National Institutes of Health | 4 days ago

    , and GPU computing is required. Prior experience in medical image processing and in particular MR imaging is essential. Candidates must have a PhD in an engineering discipline, computer science, applied

  • National Institutes of Health | 17 days ago

    cells. Qualifications: Candidates with interests in live cell imaging, super-resolution microscopy, electron microscopy, macromolecular structures, image processing, and developing new methods

  • National Institutes of Health | about 11 hours ago

    interact with one another to generate a higher-order assembly and promote cellular processes central for cell cycle progression, proliferation and tumorigenesis. Fellows who have an expertise in either 1) X

  • National Institutes of Health | about 11 hours ago

    of tissue motion and deformation of various anatomical structures, including the brain, placenta and heart. The successful candidate will lead the development of biomedical image analysis processing tools

  • National Institutes of Health | about 2 months ago

    stereotaxic surgery for tract-tracing and AAV expression in rodents. Responsibilities: The Staff Scientist's primary responsibilities will include surgical preparation of mice for in vivo imaging; in vivo using

  • National Institutes of Health | about 12 hours ago

    of at-risk fetal, preterm and full-term critically-ill infants. Central to our work is the application of state-of-the-art, non-invasive magnetic resonance imaging tools to identify early brain injury in

  • National Institutes of Health | 4 days ago

    direction and assimilate instructions quickly. Proficient in computer and molecular biology skills and utilizing imaging and analysis software. Cell culture and working with various murine models is a benefit

  • National Institutes of Health | 21 days ago

    : Experience in the development and application of image processing algorithms and/or machine learning techniques, as well as programming experience with Matlab, Python, C, C++ and/or JAVA, is required

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