UCL Department / Division: UCL Department of Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering
Grade: 7
Hours: Full Time
Salary:  £34,635 - £41,864 per annum (inclusive of London allowance)
Duties and Responsibilities

The Translational Imaging Group ( invites applications for a Multi-Modal Medical Image Analysis Research Associate. This is an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic Researcher/Engineer with relevant skills in this area to join an internationally leading researchgroup, and work on a vibrating environment. The successful applicant will help to bridge the gap between Translational Imaging Group (TIG) and Queen Square Multiple Sclerosis Centre (QSMSC -, enhancing the translation of novel medical image analysis techniques to clinical application in Multiple Sclerosis.


This project aims to strength the relationship between TIG and QSMSC demonstrating the feasibility, robustness, and clinical value of automated image analysis approaches for Multiple Sclerosis using highly multimodal imaging data. The jobholder role is to support and help the team of the QSMSC using TIG's tools and develop new pipelines when needed. Additional duties will involve the integration of the developed system into in-house software platforms.


The post is funded for 2 years in the first instance.


Key Requirements

The successful candidate will have a PhD in Computer Science, Medical Engineering, Physics, Mathematics or a related subject or equivalent industry experience and be able to demonstrate good communication, mathematical, algorithmic and software development skills.

They should also demonstrate experience in high-level languages (eg C/C++, Python,...) and associated experience creating image analysis software as well as be familiar with Unix environment. Knowledge and experience in MR image processing, high-performance computing platforms and ‘Big-data’ is advantageous.


Further Details
Please visit the UCL HR Portal to download the Job Description and application instruction.
Application Deadline: 23.59, 26 November 2017