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Senior Imaging Analyst (Pre-clinical Imaging)

The University of Glasgow is looking to recruit a Senior Imaging Analyst to work at the CRUK RadNet Glasgow Centre of Excellence

  • Closing soon
  • Closing date: 21 Sep 2020
  • United Kingdom | University of Glasgow
  • Date posted: 25 Aug 2020
  • Job type: Research facilities
  • Disciplines: Medical physics, cancer research & oncology  | Optics, lasers & photonics 

College of Medical, Veterinary and Life Sciences
Research Institute of Cancer Sciences

Senior Imaging Analyst (Pre-clinical Imaging)
Vacancy Reference: 040604
Grade/Pay Scale: UoG G7 (£35,845 – £40,322 per annum.)

This post is full time (35 hours) and open-ended with funding to 31 October 2024 in the first instance.

Exciting opportunity to join a diverse team of multi-disciplinary researchers at the CRUK RadNet Glasgow Centre of Excellence. You will work alongside physicists, chemists, biologists and clinicians to develop an analysis pipeline focussing on the integration of complex datasets from a variety of sources including clinical and preclinical imaging and state-of-the-art high-content tissue-based imaging data. This is a unique opportunity to play a significant role in growing the Centre’s radiation research programme, to drive innovative research in the area of image integration and to answer key biological questions in imaging and radiotherapy research.

The CRUK RadNet Glasgow Centre is part of a wider £60 m investment by CRUK in radiation research, with the goal of improving outcomes for patients receiving radiotherapy. The CRUK RadNet Glasgow Centre forms part of a wider network of seven centres, therefore this post will involve opportunities for network building with a diverse range of scientists and clinicians from the top academic and clinical research centres across the UK.

You will be responsible for creating, developing, and implementing the image data integration within the CRUK RadNet Glasgow Centre. This post will suit those with an interest in mathematical optimisation and will require strong programming experience. The role has scope to develop new research avenues, therefore this post will suit an autonomous and flexible approach, and a person who can set and meet self-directed goals as well as interacting within a multidisciplinary team.

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