Pubblicato su stage4eu il: 23/02/2021 Roche, Internship for Students in Computer Science, Electronic/Bioengineering, Statistics or Mathematics in Data Science Imaging

Roche Pharmaceuticals
Grenzacherstrasse 124, Basel, Svizzera
Informatica/ICT, Engineering, Statistica/Data analysis
3-6 mesi 
Posti disponibili Non specificato
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  • Contribute to the development of Machine Learning and/or Computer Vision algorithms applied to Clinical/Medical Imaging and Digital Pathology
  • Work on algorithm development and validation tasks for instance End-to-end classification/regression, segmentation, registration, radiomics and feature extraction, in disease areas or modalities such as Oncology, Neuroscience, Ophthalmology, or Digital Pathology
  • Develop and apply AI/CV methods on very large data sets of 3D/2D clinical images (CT, MRI, OCT, Color Fundus Photographs) and/or gigapixel histopathology whole slide images
  • The developed methods will be applied for patient screening, diagnosis, disease assessment, evaluation of the therapeutic efficacy and/or safety, prediction of prognosis and/or response to therapy with significant business and scientific impact.
Requisiti principali:
  • Strong programming skill in Python, hands-on experience of Deep Learning frameworks (TensorFlow, PyTorch, Keras), and familiarity with cloud/scientific computing environments (AWS, HPC) are required for the internship.
  • Experience with medical imaging data format (eg DICOM) and image processing a plus.

Length of Assignment: 3-6 months (start date flexible from asap to August 2021)

Education Level: Master's, PhD

Preferred Majors/Disciplines: An applied quantitative discipline such as Computer Science, Electronic Engineering, Bioengineering, Statistics, Mathematics, Operations Research

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