Jefferson - Center City, Philadelphia, PA
Full Job Description
The position will involve working closely with primary investigators and faculty to explore the application of Deep Learning methods to digital pathology images. The position will report to the Director of Clinical Informatics in the Department of Pathology and the Chair, Department of Radiation Oncology.
- Design and implement deep-learning image analysis algorithms on whole-slide images
- Annotate the results per best practices to aid downstream analysis
- Assist in interpretation of the findings
- Create reports to discuss results with the team
- Present findings to the team for iteratively evolving the insights
- Prepare results and figures towards manuscripts submitted for publication
- Track relevant scientific literature for best practices in pathology image analysis
- Serve as a local knowledge resource for pathology imaging informatics
- Interacts with co-workers, visitors, and other staff consistent with the values of Jefferson.
Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree in Computer Science, Engineering, Math or a related field
Requires either an engineering, math, physics or computer science background
Experience in data science, informatics preferred.
Jefferson Health delivers state of the art healthcare services to patients throughout the Delaware Valley and southern New Jersey. Jefferson (Philadelphia University + Thomas Jefferson University) provides more than 8,400 students from nearly 40 states and 40 countries with 21st century professional education. Combined, we have over 30,000 employees.
Jefferson Health, with 14 hospitals (seven are Magnet designated by the ANCC for nursing excellence) and 40+ outpatient and urgent care locations, offers a broad range of primary and complex, highly specialized care that touches the lives of more than four million patients annually. U.S. News & World Report has ranked Thomas Jefferson University Hospital among the nation’s best in eight specialties. Jefferson Health also includes the NCI designated Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center; it is one of only 70 such centers in the nation.
Thomas Jefferson University has ten colleges and three schools that offer more than 160 undergraduate and graduate programs. Our University is dedicated to inter-professional and transdisciplinary approaches to learning that offer a vibrant and expandable platform for professional education. Through this unique model, we are preparing our students for current and yet to be imagined careers.
As an employer, Jefferson maintains a commitment to provide equal access to employment. Jefferson values diversity and encourages applications from women, members of minority groups, LGBTQ individuals, disabled individuals, and veterans.