Job offer in london Group Image Analyst at King’s College London



King’s College London – Psychosis Studies / Academic Psychiatry

This post will be Fixed-Term Contract for 12 months

The post may be extended subject to funding. There may be the possibility to undertake a PhD for a suitable candidate.

Applications are invited for an Image Analyst.

The Psychiatric Imaging Group conducts multi-modal imaging studies in healthy volunteers, patient populations and preclinical models. The Group focuses on the neurobiology of major mental illnesses and drug effects. The predominant modalities used are PET and MR, particularly fMRI and MRS. The new combined PET-MR scanner provides a near unique opportunity to develop methods to integrate and analyse simultaneous PET and MR data.

This role is to take the lead in conducting and developing image analysis for the Psychiatric Imaging Group working closely with the Centre for Neuroimaging Science. The role includes supporting group members to conduct analyses, integrating and archiving data, and developing new approaches to MR and PET image analysis.

He/she will support the analysis of data, with a focus on imaging data, and manage the Group’s data archiving. He/she will also work closely with other research staff in the project and foster effective collaborative working relationships with collaborators. He/ she will be co-supervised by Prof Turkheimer.

The selection process will include competency based questions and a panel interview.

Interviews are scheduled to be held in May 2017.

For an informal discussion to find out more about the role please contact Anai Sarkis at anai.sarkis@kcl.ac.uk / on 0207 848 0355.

To apply for this role, please go to the King’s College London HireWire Job Board and register to download and submit the specified application form.

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