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Neuroimaging Software Developer


At the Functional Neuroimaging Unit“(UNF), Montreal, CA, we work to better understand the central nervous system using state-of-the-art magnetic resonance imaging techniques, with many potential medical applications. We are developing new methods to improve the quality of structural and functional images, as well as data mining techniques to extract meaningful information from massive datasets. We are looking for a full-time developer to contribute to the integration of UNF with the CBRAIN platform, a Canadian neuroinformatics infrastructure. The successful candidate will assist research teams at UNF and across Québec to integrate the raw data they acquire with the research software available inside CBRAIN.

How to apply

The position is for one year, renewable, and is based at the SIMEXP laboratory, CRIUGM, Université de Montréal, headed by Dr. Pierre Bellec. There will be close interaction with the CBRAIN team, lead by Dr Shawn T. Brown and Pr Evans of McGill University. Salary will be commensurate with experience and include competitive benefits. We encourage women, aboriginal people, persons with disabilities and members of a visible minority group to apply. To apply, please contact with a CV, a cover letter and three references.

Who would be a good fit for this position?

  • Individuals with a background in neuroimaging, and a passion for coding.
  • Experience with managing large scientific workflows, as well as Python, R or Matlab, are all a plus.

Why take this job?

  • Join an environment that fosters creativity, autonomy and passion.
  • Continue to grow your knowledge about software development and neuroimaging.
  • Develop a highly multidisciplinary network of collaborators, including computer scientists, neuroscientists and physicians.