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MRI Methods Graduate Research Assistantships

University of Hawaii/Queens Medical Center MRI Research Center


Graduate Research Assistants

We have openings for graduate research assistants (GRAs) who are interested in developing new MRI physics methods including pulse sequences, image reconstructions, and applications.† Minimum qualifications are a B.S. or a Masters degree, ability to conduct independent work with minimal supervision, and knowledge of computer programming and advanced mathematics.† Proficiency in Matlab, C++, Python, or equivalent programming languages; knowledge of linear algebra, electromagnetic physics, and Fourier analysis are required. The GRAs will have full access to our research dedicated newly upgraded Siemens 3T Prisma scanner, including 64-channel receiver, at the University of Hawaii/Queens Medical Center MRI Research Center.

Interested candidates may please email Professor Andrew Stenger at stenger@hawaii.edu for more information.

The University of Hawaii is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer. Minorities, women, veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.†

(posted 3/5/2021)