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Job offer: data crunching brain functional connectivity for biomarkers

My research group is looking to fill a post-doc position on learning biomarkers from functional connectivity.

Scientific context

The challenge is to use resting-state fMRI at the level of a population to understand how intrinsic functional connectivity captures pathologies and other cognitive phenotypes. Rest fMRI is a promising tool for ...

Job offer: working on open source data processing in Python

We, Parietal team at INRIA, are recruiting software developers to work on open source machine learning and neuroimaging software in Python.

In general, we are looking for people who:

  • have a mathematical mindset,
  • are curious about data (ie like looking at data and understanding it)
  • have an affinity for problem-solving ...

Hiring an engineer to mine large functional-connectivity databases

Work with us to leverage leading-edge machine learning for neuroimaging

At Parietal, my research team, we work on improving the way brain images are analyzed, for medical diagnostic purposes, or to understand the brain better. We develop new machine-learning tools and investigate new methodologies for for quantifying brain function from ...

Hiring a programmer for a brain imaging machine-learning library

Work with us on putting machine learning in the hand of cognitive scientists

Parietal is a research team that creates advanced data analysis to mine functional brain images and solve medical and cognitive science problems. Our day to day work is to write machine-learning and statistics code to understand and ...

Hiring a junior developer on the scikit-learn

Once again, we are looking for a junior developer to work on the scikit-learn. Below is the official job posting. As a personal remark, I would like to stress that this is a unique opportunity to be payed for two years to work on learning and improving the scientific Python ...

Hiring a junior engineer on the scikit-learn

The scikit-learn is a Python module for machine learning. The project builds on the scientific and numerical tools of the scipy community to provide state-of-the-art data analysis tools. It is developed by a community of open source developers to which my research team (Parietal, INRIA) contributes a lot and is ...

Interested in parallel computing and statistics? We are looking for a post-doc

My research group is kick starting a new project, called AzureBrain to do computational analysis of large brain imaging and genetics population-wise data. One of the goals of the project is to harness the power of grid computing to do statistical learning on fMRI data, finding features in an individuals ...

Job offering for junior Python developer

Our lab is seeking to hire an engineer to work on porting our machine learning code to the scikit learn, adding tests and documentation and packaging it.

We are looking for someone motivated by quality in software and open source. No prior scientific computing experience is required. You will be ...