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Senior Imaging Research Analyst – Translational & Molecular Imaging Institute, 2433796
The Senior Imaging Research Analyst must have extensive experience in developing and running medical imaging and research procedures, uses nuclear medicine related equipment such as monitoring devices, special physiological devices and managing other research analyst. The position will require interaction with a diverse team of multi-institutional investigators with complementary expertise in MRI, CT and Nuclear Medicine imaging.
- Oversees and performs MRI, CT, PET/MRI and PET/CT scanning in the conduct of human subject or animal research.
- Consults with physicians, scientists, laboratory managers, and technical staff in developing and revising protocols.
- Researches requirements for proposed procedures, abstract data acquisition methodologies and data processing protocols.
- Determines need for and obtains special equipment. Modifies existing or continuing education and training criteria to incorporate usage of these special devices.
- Serves as project team coordinator with technologist in implementing and performing new procedures.
- Provides training and instruction on new procedures and equipment usage
- Assists technical employees with system, physiological recording devices and testing apparatus.
- Performs routine quality assurance and quality control on nuclear medicine related equipment including dose counters and dose calibrators.
- Previous Experience should include research and at least 5 years’ experience in medical imaging and experience with radiopharmaceuticals. Bachelor’s degree, with certification by ARRT, SMRT or NMTCB in nuclear medicine.
- Education: Bachelor’s Degree or greater is required, preferably in sciences or related field
- Graduate of an approved Radiologic Technology or Nuclear
Medicine Technologist program: New York State Licensed Radiologic
Technologist (4 Years)
Issuing Agency: NYS / Department of state
Name: MRI certification
Issuing Agency: American Registry of Radiological Technologists (ARRT) or the American Registry of MRI Technologists (ARMRIT) is preferred.
- Experience: 5+ years
minimum in a research environment, PET /MRI Technologist
Proficiency in the operation of PET, MRI and CT scanners (single system or combination).
- Knowledge of MRI safety, including compatible implants and devices.
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