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The project they would work on:
The primary objective is to establish a robust digital pathology analysis pipeline, focusing on the processing of diversely stained imaging data, including H&E, mIF, and IMC. The pipeline will incorporate foundational modules for cell/tissue segmentation and cell phenotyping to extract clinically meaningful insights into tumor micro - environment such as tumor immune phenotype (TIP) and tertiary lymphoid structures (TLS). The intern's pivotal role in this project involves leveraging our internal repository of multi-modality datasets and independent tool suites. Through this, the candidate will actively engage in the design, optimization, and validation of the pipeline.
What success would look like:
- Achieve a good understanding of existing methodologies of related frameworks through summarization, presentation, and internal discussion.
- Define appropriate target performance metrics both objective (dice, recall rate, etc.) and subjective (visualization, multi-modality overlay)
- Deliver and deploy working PoCs for TIP and TLS analysis
- Define, lead, and leverage internal/external annotation effort for initial validation.
- Effectively communicating results and findings within the organization through internal meetings and presentations.
- Draft manuscripts to be used for potential internal & external publications.
- Must be pursuing a Ph.D. in the domain of Biomedical Engineering, Computer Science, Computational Pathology or related field
- Strong background in computer vision, deep learning, and/or machine learning.
- Strong experience in digital pathology imaging (H&E, mIF and/or MC) analysis and its application in oncology is strongly preferred.
- Strong implementation experience with high level languages (Python) and frameworks (PyTorch or TensorFlow), data science and familiarity with machine learning libraries (e.g., NumPy, SciPy, pandas, scikit-learn, Cell profiler, PathML, ilastik, DeepCell etc.).
- Excellent verbal and written communication and presentation skills.
- Able to work and collaborate with diverse teams (imaging and biomarkers)
- Familiarity with or willingness to learn best practices for code development and sharing.
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