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Kenji Suzuki <[log in to unmask]>
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Classification, clustering, and phylogeny estimation
Fri, 21 Sep 2007 23:50:57 -0500
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Job Title:  Computer Scientist

A Computer Scientist position is available for a highly motivated individual
who wants to develop his/her academic career in the field of medical imaging
sciences/engineering.  Our laboratory in the Department of Radiology in the
Biological Sciences Division at The University of Chicago focuses on
research on computer-aided diagnosis of lesions in medical images and the
development of techniques of pattern recognition, image analysis, and
machine learning for computer-aided diagnosis.  Our department is one of the
leaders in computer-aided diagnosis research, which is at the forefront of
research areas in medical imaging.

Applicants should have an M.S. or B.S. degree (or an equivalent degree) in
computer science/engineering, biomedical engineering, or a similar
discipline.  The successful candidate should have excellent programming
skills in the computer languages (C/C++, Perl, and Matlab) and strong
problem-solving skills.  Substantial experience in 2D and 3D pattern
recognition, computer vision, image analysis, and/or machine learning is

Interested candidates are encouraged to send their CV and a brief
description of computer programming skills and research interests to:
mailto:[log in to unmask]  Kenji Suzuki, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of
Radiology, Medical Physics, and Cancer Research Center, Department of
Radiology, Division of the Biological Sciences, The University of Chicago.

For more information, see our laboratory’s home page at

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