39 image processing positions at University College London

  • University College London | London, England | 4 days ago

    per annum Duties and Responsibilities This is an exciting opportunity for a researcher with skills in medical image processing to join an internationally leading university research group. The aim

  • University College London | London, England | 3 months ago

    laparoscopic liver surgery system, and to deliver a new platform for clinical molecular imaging. Key Requirements Experience in the design, development and validation of surgical software and guidance systems

  • University College London | London, England | 11 days ago

    per annum Duties and Responsibilities Applications are invited for a Research Technician to join a collaborative project between the Queen Square Brain Bank (IoN) and the Translational Imaging Group

  • University College London | London, England | 5 days ago

    UCL Department / Division Division of Surgery & Interventional Science Specific unit / Sub department Department of Nanotechnology Duration of Studentship 3 years Stipend £10,500 per annum + UK/EU

  • University College London | London, England | 11 days ago

    algorithms into our surgery-planning platform. This post is available for two years in the first instance. Key Requirements The successful candidate will have a PhD in computer vision, medical image computing

  • University College London | London, England | 11 days ago

    , led by Prof. Ferruccio Renzoni, pioneered the technique of electromagnetic imaging with atomic magnetometers. The group is currently exploring applications of the technique in different fields. The aim

  • University College London | London, England | 11 days ago

    UCL Department / Division Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering Specific unit / Sub department Institute of Healthcare Engineering (IHE) / Translational Imaging Group (TIG) Grade 8 Hours Full

  • University College London | London, England | 11 days ago

    that are currently used in MEG imaging. The aim is to build a multi-channel OPM MEG device which can be worn on the head allowing the subject to move freely in an open and natural environment. The prospect

  • University College London | London, England | 5 days ago

    of the mitotic cell mechanics using a combination of molecular genetics, RNAi, live cell imaging and biophysical techniques. The position is funded by the CRUK for one year in the first instance from March/April

  • University College London | London, England | 13 days ago

    , husbandry, genomics, transgenesis, physiology and imaging as well as protocol development and trouble shooting for novel implementations of molecular biology, physiology and imaging with adult Drosophila

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