We are seeking a full time Associate Scientist – Imaging Informatics with experience in medical image acquisition, image data management, image analysis, informatics, and IT management to work with our team in Pittsburgh, PA to further develop and scale our technology platform. The position requires close collaboration with a multidisciplinary group of scientists, statisticians and software engineers.
Perform digital slide imaging and image analysis according to established protocols,
Manage high dimensional datasets,
Compile and standardize databases,
Design and implement workflows for data management and analysis,
Maintain computer hardware and software, network and internet systems,
Maintain onsite and cloud-based data storage,
Perform other laboratory and IT duties as assigned for both clinical laboratory and research activities.
Qualifications and Preferred Skills:
The successful candidate will manage specialized work efficiently, with confidence, competence and discipline. The position requires above average attention to details, concern for the exact correctness of work, and strong commitment to tasks completed on time.
Associate’s, Bachelor’s, or Master’s Degree in the Life Sciences, Computer Science, Mathematics, or similar.
2+ years’ experience in medical laboratory, Biopharma, or academic research laboratory.
Experience with medical images and clinical databases.
Experience with Python, SQL, R, MATLAB, or cloud technologies such as AWS.
Experience with IT management.
Experience with statistical techniques, such as creating summary statistics and performing basic hypothesis testing.
Outstanding written and oral communication and organizational skills.
Meticulous attention to detail and careful documentation.
Strong ability to work in a technical, team-oriented, standard operating procedure-driven environment.
About Cernostics, Inc
Cernostics is a leader in tissue-based diagnostic testing, providing diagnostic tests with deeper tissue insights, better patient outcomes and lower cost of care. Our mission is to quantify the complexity of the tissue system, providing physicians and patients with individualized, actionable information to improve outcomes and reduce the incidence and mortality of cancer. Cernostics is committed to the principles of equal employment opportunity. Applicants are considered for all positions without regard to race, sex, sexual orientation, color, religion, national origin, age and disability (so long as such disability can be reasonably accommodated) or any other status protected by applicable law. Cernostics encourages all qualified applicants to apply.