PamiTC Job Board - Posting Details

Title: Postdoc Fellow: Deep Learning on Large-scale Medical Imaging InformaticsPosted: November 30, 2016
Company/Institution: National Institutes of Health
Location: Bethesda, Maryland, USA
Department: Radiology and Imaging Sciences

Description: The Department of Radiology and Imaging Sciences at National Institutes of Health (NIH) Clinical Center, in collaboration with a Fortune Global 50 company, seeks applicants for one postdoctoral position in large-scale deep learning for medical image analytics and computer-aided diagnosis & beyond. Topics: 1) deep learning in object detection; 2) bottom-up object segmentation & parsing; 3) large scale radiology image-text deep learning. We have a number of impactful work/publications in each of the three above areas, at MICCAI/CVPR/TMI/MedIA/JMLR ... Our current postdocs are highly sought after by academic and industrial positions. They have won multiple NIH FARE research excellence awards, KRIBB young researcher fellowship and NESRC fellowship, RSNA best paper award, etc.

Application Instructions: Join us to make a positive impact that could benefit millions of people's health! We offer competitive salary for the fellowship plus the full health benefits to cover the fellow's direct family. You also will be provided the opportunity of annual travel to scientific conferences, plus playing with the state-of-the-art deep learning hardwares. Position is located in the beautiful, culture-rich Bethesda, Maryland, near Washington DC. Qualifications: 1, Candidates must have (received within 5 years) or soon expect to receive Ph.D. degree or equivalent in Computer Science, Computer Vision, Biomedical Imaging or a related field. 2, Preferably you should have at least one first author paper in first tier conferences (CVPR/ICCV/MICCAI) or journals (PAMI/TMI/MedIA/IJCV), or you believe we should have a strong and logical reason to believe in you. 3, Good programming experience using C/C++ and scripting languages 4, Strongly motivated to do high quality research work which translate into significant scientific publications and software development. Prior medical imaging experience is not required. The appointment is renewable for three years and NIH is an equal opportunity employer. Be the change you wish to see in this world!Please email to {le.lu; rms} @nih.gov with your CV.