Neuroimaging Data Analyst
Job Location: Baltimore, Maryland
Remote Status: Hybrid


The Neuroimaging Data Analyst will manage biometric data collected over multiple years from a large population. Analyst will work with a team of researchers and software developers to support organizing, cleaning, analyzing MRI data, and assisting in the preparation of reports documenting the results of MR image analysis for customers. As a member of the team, the Analyst will:

  • • Ensure the completeness of MRI imaging datasets and communicate with participating sites to resolve any dataset issues or discrepancies.
  • • Develop workflows for MRI data cleaning and checking data integrity, with the goal of correcting any errors, inconsistencies, or missing data needed for analyses.
  • • Organize, support, and maintain large databases of MRI data and relevant metadata.
  • • Check appropriate MRI image analysis parameters, integrate MRI datasets, and execute image analysis workflows.
  • • Perform quality checks of MRI imaging datasets and workflow outputs after several steps in the analysis pipeline.
  • • Document errors in the image processing steps and generated outputs.
  • • Prepare and share workflow results.
  • • Perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned.
Required Skills and Qualifications

  • • Bachelor’s degree (completed or pursuing) in a field related to computer science, statistics, mathematics, electrical engineering, computational biology, or neuroscience.
  • • 1+ years of related experience.
  • • Experience with MRI neuroimaging data formats and image analysis (useful but not required).
  • • Demonstrated proficiency in Unix shell scripting, Python programming, and git version control (useful but not required).
  • • Experience with data management.
  • • Organizational and efficiency skills, including planning and decision-making abilities to complete tasks in a timely manner, attention to detail, analytical and problem-solving skills.
  • • Ability to work independently as well as collaboratively.
  • • Strong background creating scientific figures and writing technical scientific reports.
  • • Should have good communication skills, and ability to work with a diverse team.

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