The OHSU Center for Regenerative Medicine (CRM) investigates the use of cell therapeutics and other novel therapies and diagnostics for the diagnosis and treatment of diseases and injuries. Focusing on translational research, researchers at the Center for Regenerative Medicine work to transition promising research from the lab bench to the hospital and battlefield, bringing cutting edge therapies and diagnostics into the hands of clinician for care of their patients.
CRM is recruiting a ultrasound technologist with medical imaging experience to work within our Biomedical Advanced Research and Development (BARDA)/Philips program on artificial intelligence (AI) based medical imaging involving multi-center clinical trials. The medical imaging experience needs to be commensurate with the ability to acquire and recognize the high-quality features of ultrasound images required for machine learning.
The position requires performing medical sonography for CRM clinical trials’ research subjects in an IRB and FDA compliant manner. It also requires playing an integral role in providing hands-on ultrasound training to clinicians and scientists at collaborating clinical sites including academic universities, private and military medical centers. As the only ultrasound technologist in a complex clinical research environment, this position requires the sonographer to possess a significant amount of autonomy and leadership. The complex clinical research environment also requires the sonographer to be supportive of collaborative efforts by integrating education, research and clinical leadership. This ultrasound technologist position only requires imaging of research subjects.
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