Sarder Lab in UB is looking for a motivated individual to work on large scale data analytics of renal tissue histology brightfield and fluorescence microscopy image data. Work will include detection, segmentation, and quantification of structures in renal tissue images, predictive modeling of diseases, as well as image and molecular omics data fusion. Successful candidate should have background in computation, data science, and machine learning, including in deep neural network models.
Responsibilities include conducting research in the above area, write publications, attend conference meetings, and guide PhD students in the lab.
Sarder Lab in UB is looking for a motivated individual to work on:
* Large scale data analytics of renal tissue histology brightfield microscopy images
* Fluorescence image data
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