Location: Champalimaud Centre for the Unknown, Lisbon
Employer: Champalimaud Foundation
Job Type: Full Time
Position: Postdoctoral Positions

Application Starts: 09 Nov. 2021
Application Ends: 25 Nov. 2021

Champalimaud Foundation (Fundação D. Anna de Sommer Champalimaud e Dr. Carlos Montez Champalimaud), a private, non-profit research institution in Lisbon, Portugal, is looking for a Research Technician to join our team.

Call reference: procancer tech PnK Nov2021
Work Plan
– Participate on the development of Deep Learning based models and Radiomics Signatures that will be extracted from mpMRI images from a total number of 17000 patients with prostate cancer, with a focus on statistical analysis concepts including but not limited to feature selection/reduction, ML modelling using survival analysis and other clinical outcomes. The candidate will also provide project management services to synchronize the different clinical units involved in the project.

Skills/ Qualifications
Minimum qualifications
– 1st degree in Biomedical Engineering;
– M.Sc. on a topic relative to prostate cancer and medical imaging.

Essential skills
– Quantitative Medical Imaging expertise.

Desirable skills that will also be considered
– Prior experience on European funded projects.

Primary location of work
Champalimaud Center for the Unknown

Source of financing
ProCancer-I (952159)

Highlights

European Cancer Imaging Initiative launch event

European Cancer Imaging Initiative launch event

The Commission is organising a hybrid event on 23 January 2023 in Brussels to mark the launch of the Cancer Imaging Initiative, one of the Flagship Initiatives of the Europe’s Beating Cancer Plan. This 2.5-hour event will present the policy background and the Cancer...

ProCAncer-I at the RSNA 2022 in Chicago

ProCAncer-I at the RSNA 2022 in Chicago

Our Scientific Manager, Dr Nickolas Papanikolaou was at the 108th Scientific Assembly and Annual meeting (Chicago 27-30/11/2022). The panel discussion included Dr Mona Flores, Global Head of Medical AI at NVIDIA, and Dr Nikos Papanikolaou, Computational Clinical...

ProCAncer-I is proud to be part of the European Federation for Cancer Images (#EUCAIM) project and the European Cancer Imaging Initiative!
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📢 Job Opportunity!
The @qtimlab is currently looking for a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in medical image analysis with deep learning.
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It shows the potential of digital solutions that can bring hope to cancer patients and their families.

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