[visionlist] Several PostDoc / Research Software Developers available in Deep Learning for Lung Cancer Prediction and in Advanced Cardiac Imaging @KingsImaging UK

We are hiring! Join us at King’s College London for some exciting research and software engineering opportunities:

1. We are seeking a Post-Doctoral Research Associate and a
Research Software Developer to design, develop integrate, test and evaluate novel machine learning based medical image analysis methods for our EPSRC funded Healthcare Impact Partnership project “Intelligent and Personalised Risk Stratification
and Early Diagnosis of Lung Cancer (EP/P023509/1)”.  This 36-month project will bring together expertise in computational imaging and deep learning at King’s College London and Imperial College London, expert clinicians at Guy’s & St. Thomas’ Hospital and
King’s College Hospital, and a leading industry partner. Our aim is to achieve both computational innovations in personalised diagnostics, as well as a strong translational focus for improved patient management, effectively leading the way in providing advanced
healthcare technologies for a future UK lung cancer screening programme. For more information follow links below:

Post-Doctoral Research Associate in Deep Learning for Intelligent Disease Monitoring in Lung Cancer: http://ift.tt/2v7fHfI

Software Developer for Deep Learning in Lung Cancer Imaging: http://ift.tt/2whs9bf

2. We are seeking a Post-Doctoral Research Associate and a Research Software Developer for a 2-year fixed term contract starting October 2017. These posts are focused on the design and development of a software
platform for a technology development project that aims to create a novel visualization, interrogation, annotation and analysis tool for dynamic 3D echocardiographic images.  A key feature of the system will be integration with holographic and /or VR/AR (virtual
reality/augmented reality) hardware to enable natural and intuitive interaction with the data. You will be part of a multi-disciplinary team of scientists, engineers and clinicians working on this project. The role is a part of the NIHR funded programme awarded
to our multidisciplinary team in the Department of Biomedical Engineering at King’s College London and the Department of Congenital Heart Disease at Evelina London Children’s Hospital.  The primary aim of this project is to investigate and implement an advanced
visualization system, using holographic and augmented reality technology, to assist in cardiac surgery planning. For more information follow links below:

Research Software Developer in Advanced Cardiac Imaging: http://ift.tt/2v6XSgF

Post-Doctoral Research Associate in Advanced Cardiac Imaging: http://ift.tt/2v0VGZb

For enquires please contact
julia.schnabel@kcl.ac.uk (all posts) or
alberto.gomez@kcl.ac.uk (advanced cardiac imaging posts)


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