Our Life sciences client is currently hiring Imaging Scientist to support the development of new imaging agents throughout the development phases in accordance with IHC-GCP and Standard Operating Procedures (SOP’s).
The role of Medical Imaging Scientist is to support the development of new imaging agents throughout the development phases in accordance with IHC-GCP and Standard Operating Procedures (SOP’s).
This is achieved by the receipt, processing, preparation for assessment and archiving of clinical trials images from a range of modalities within the Healthcare Pharmaceutical Diagnostics portfolio. This role is particularly suited to a clinical technologist with experience in PET and Nuclear Medicine who would like broader exposure to R&D activities and/or a wider range of imaging modalities.
The role is based in the Imaging Operations group within Imaging Technology and reports to the Head of Imaging Technology.
Key responsibilities/essential functions include:
• Ensure image quality and GCP compliance at clinical sites and/or during image handling and analysis.
• Travel to clinical study sites to assist with or perform their initiation and training. In certain cases, the site training may need to be performed remotely (i.e., via telephone, web conference, telepresence or similar) with equivalent efficacy.
• Complete image review and give written/verbal feedback to clinical sites to ensure adequate image quality and protocol compliance during clinical studies.
• Applying practical experience to projects in the delivery of key documentation or data
• Maintenance, training and support of the computerized image systems in cooperation with the image data specialist(s). (System-specific training will be provided.)
• Developing effective working relationships with “customers” in order to fulfil the needs of the clinical study. This may include internal staff and personnel at participating clinical centers.
• Applying practical and clinical experience to projects in the delivery of key documentation or data.
• Maintaining competency in the modality associated with the position (e.g., through a Continuous Professional Development programmed). Proactively building up their experience through coaching and mentoring from more senior scientists.
• Image data management in support of clinical studies for internal and external customers according to Good Clinical Practice and company procedures and guidelines.
• BSc or MSc in Nuclear Medicine Technology, Life Sciences, Chemistry, Physics, Biomedical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, or related field.
• Minimum 5 years work experience in either PET, PET/CT or Nuclear Medicine or Diagnostic Radiology with proven knowledge of Nuclear Medicine.
• In depth expertise and hands on experience in scanner qualification (phantom imaging and analysis) and image QC.
• Knowledge in the scientific and clinical research of diagnostic imaging agents.
• A high degree of initiative and the ability to work systematically and independently is expected.
• Experience with Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine (DICOM).
• Experience identifying, troubleshooting, documenting and following technical problems through to completion.
• Excellent communication and interpersonal skills and ability to work in a team.
• Legal authorization to work in the U.S. is required. We will not sponsor individuals for employment visas, now or in the future, for this job opening.
• Must be willing to work in our Marlborough office, MA.
• Must be willing to submit to a drug test and background check.
• Must submit application for employment through gecareers.com to be considered.
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