Research Scientist & Software Engineer

Pixyl Medical
Location: 
Grenoble, France
Job Type: 
Full Time
Closing Date: 
Thursday, December 21, 2017

Research Scientist & Software Engineer  The Role

As a research scientist and software engineer, you will be responsible for designing, developing and maintaining important components of Pixyl’s automatic brain image analysis software. You will join a dynamic and international team of talented people that strives to provide best-in-class medical image post-treatment tools, to help radiologists and neurologists better understand neurological pathologies and to accelerate the pace of clinical studies investigating associated treatments.

 

Responsibilities

  • Develop new modeling techniques (e.g. multivariate statistical frameworks) to describe neuroimaging data
  • Develop machine learning systems that are scalable, reliable and interpretable
  • Validate the models on large datasets

· Stay up-to-date of technological developments in your field

· Engaged in the full software life-cycle, including requirements gathering, high-level design, coding, testing, debugging and maintenance

  • Collaborate with team members to produce high-quality code that is robust, efficient and easy to maintain and extend

· Re-architect existing components to accommodate new requirements

  • Participate in, and contribute to, design reviews, code reviews and project planning

 

Qualifications

  • Ph.D. in computer vision and/or deep learning
  • Strong interpersonal and written communication skills

· Programming experience in C/C++ or Python

· Strong experience developing segmentation methods (statistical, ML/DL …)

· Nice to have experience with ITK or nipy libraries

· Nice to have neuroimaging experience    

· Knowledge of registration techniques

· Knowledge of open source neuroimaging software

  • Experience with cloud environments (AWS, OVH, Google Cloud)

 

Why Pixyl?

Pixyl helps clinicians and clinical researchers unlock important neuroimaging data to support confident decision-making in patient and clinical study management.

A spin-out of INRIA and INSERM, Pixyl develops powerful AI to automatically extract biomarkers and clinical quantities of interest for stroke, MS, TBI, and neurodegenerative diseases.