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Neuroimaging Research Technician

Department:    Pharmacy Practice
Location:     Detroit, Michigan. United States
Posted: 2014-08-22 12:40:51
Open from: 2014-08-22 to 2014-09-22
Listing web link: https://jobs.wayne.edu/applicants/jsp/shared/position/JobDetails_css.jsp?postingId=498841
A full-time Research Technologist is needed to support the research data collection, analysis, management and computing infrastructure in Dr. Christine Rabinakís Translational Neuropsychopharmacology Laboratory in the Department of Pharmacy Practice (Posting #040521). Specific responsibilities include: Oversee data collection and management (e.g., neuroimaging, electrophysiology, psychophysiology, etc). Identify technical and security requirements, maintain data quality standards, validate methods, and resolve issues. Ensure compliance with industry and University standards for system design, network access, data security and protection of human participant confidentiality; Contribute to the development of improved computational methods and visualization protocols, manuscript writing and grant development in collaboration with Dr. Rabinak and collaborators. Develop and maintain data processing pipelines for functional and structural magnetic resonance imaging, electroencepholography/event-related potential, psychophysiological experiments, including automation of data management, administrative and standardized tasks. Statistical analysis of research data. Train research assistants, students, and other related staff in research techniques and analysis. Assist in writing grants, manuscripts, and protocols to obtain funding to support research endeavors. Work in partnership with the college IT department to maintain servers and data storage and of ordering computer equipment and software. Required Qualifications: Bachelorís degree in computer science, engineering, psychology, neuroscience, or a related field. Strong scripting or programming experience in one or more of the following: MATLAB, Python, C. Thorough knowledge of basic and research computing systems, including data storage and management, and system and data back-up. Proven skills in performing tasks with continuous attention to accuracy, safety and productivity. Excellent communication skills and a positive customer service orientation with all levels of users. Desired Qualifications: Experience supporting/developing informatics systems in biological or research environments preferred. Expertise in statistics, neuroimaging processing, or neuroscience preferred. Ability to make a minimum 2-3 year commitment. Lab website: http://www.tnp2lab.org

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