Full-Time Neuroimaging Research Tech at Washington University in St. Louis

The laboratory of Dr. Tammie Benzinger at Washington University in St. Louis is currently hiring for multiple full-time research technician positions to work in a neuroimaging lab focused on Alzheimer disease.The research technician role is an integral part of the neuroimaging research process. This position focuses on processing of MRI and PET images, including quality control and editing of output from the FreeSurfer MRI image processing software. Technicians also perform other support tasks assisting researchers with their projects, such as organizing large datasets for analysis, tracking project progress, and exploring new image processing methods. No prior knowledge of neuroimaging is required for this position. Technicians will learn on the job and gain technical experience in a research environment. More details on the position and information on how to apply are in the link below.