September 18, 2021
Neurology-Memory and Aging
Full Time
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The Imaging Core Analyst works on research data reporting assignments that are of moderate diversity in scope. Exercises judgment within generally defined practices and policies in selecting methods and techniques for obtaining solutions.

The Imaging Core Analyst will be responsible for the archiving, processing, analysis, and collection of imaging data obtained through multiple projects on aging and neurodegenerative diseases being conducted at the Memory and Aging Center.

Responsibilities would include acquiring MRI data, which will involve interacting with patients with cognitive impairment and their families. A large proportion of time will be spent developing, maintaining, and executing image processing pipelines, and conducting ad-hoc statistical analyses on imaging data across a range of MR modalities using neuroimaging software and open-source statistical libraries. The Imaging Core Analyst will also be responsible for summarizing data obtained from analyses and presenting them to responsible investigators, and for assisting with preparation of manuscripts including writing up methodology and results.