Imaging Research Specialist I in Nashville, TN for Vanderbilt Health

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Imaging Research Specialist I
Description Imaging Research Specialist I Job Summary: This Imaging Research Specialist will coordinate data submission for CellxGene, Xnat, and Digital Slide Archive Repositories. Department/Unit Summary: About the Institute of Imaging Science At Vanderbilt we believe the greatest successes for imaging in the future will come from environments where the complementary natures of different imaging approaches are exploited, where experts in basic sciences and technical aspects of image formation and analysis collaborate closely with biomedical scientists who ask appropriate questions, and where the basic underlying science of imaging is fostered. Position Shift:


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