Will work under Dr. Guillermo Tearney to help implement, test, and deploy novel and customized medical imaging device applications. These tools will be used to analyze and visualize optical imaging and microscopy datasets, from both clinical and biological experiments. Core skills or capabilities in the technologies of C/C++, VisualStudio, Qt, and version control are desirable. Additional skills and experience with Intel Integrated Performance Primitives (IPP), MATLAB, ImageJ, LabView, embedded operating systems, Arduino, and GPU programming are helpful. In this position, the software engineer will develop standalone medical imaging device applications according to an industry standard design control process.
Principal Duties and Responsibilities:
May work in research laboratory or clinical site with potential exposure to biological agents, e.g., blood-borne pathogens, hazardous electrical, e.g., high voltage, or mechanical energy. Occasional lifting of heavy objects, typically not exceeding 75 pounds/person may be requested. MGH policies governing appropriate laboratory attire will be followed including use of personal protective equipment.
BS in Engineering or related technical field required
Minimum of 1 year of experience in building and debugging software project
$140K - $160K
$130K - $150K