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Employment Type:
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Posted:
8/23/2015
Job Category:
Research
Programmer Analyst I
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Verdugo Hills Health Services | Los Angeles, CA
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Job Description

The University of Southern California (USC), founded in 1880, is the largest private employer in the City of Los Angeles. As an employee of USC, you will be a part of a world-class research university and a member of the "Trojan Family," which is comprised of the faculty, students and staff that make the university what it is.

The USC Mark and Mary Stevens Neuroimaging and Informatics Institute seeks a full-time Programmer Analyst to take part in an NIH-funded study concerning the analysis of multimodal neuroimaging data from patients suffering traumatic brain injury (TBI). The USC Stevens Neuroimaging and Informatics Institute aims to enhance discovery through the application of imaging and other data and information technologies in the study of the brain. The Institute is dedicated to excellence in data acquisition, analysis, stewardship and computational innovation for the purpose of biomedical research. Duties include collecting, collating, databasing, and managing multimodal neuroimaging and phenomics data from a large-scale study of brain structure, function, and connectivity in patients along the spectrum of TBI (mild-to-severe). Experience in neuroimaging data analysis and the representation of results is essential. Programming skills using Matlab, Bash/Csh, Java, or C desired. Prior experience should include a bachelor's degree in psychology, computer science, or biomedical engineering. Please submit a resume/CV, examples of scholarship, and contact information of three reference.

The University of Southern California strongly values diversity and is committed to equal opportunity in employment. Women and men, and members of all racial and ethnic groups, people with disabilities, and veterans are encouraged to apply.