The Campus Biotech in Geneva is a Swiss center of excellence in biotechnology and life sciences research focusing on three domains: Neuroscience & Neurotechnology, Digital Health and Global Health.

The Campus houses neuroscience laboratories from the Lausanne institute of technology (EPFL), the University of Geneva and from the Geneva University Hospitals (HUG). Within this framework, the Methods & Data facility (https://hnp.fcbg.ch/home/methods-data) as part of the Human Neuroscience Platform, provides state-of-the-art neuroimaging data science and expertise to the housed labs.

Job Description

Goal: Help improve an existing full-stack solution in the cloud to add data processing and quality control features

Tasks:

  • Implement an already documented container pipeline services to add custom processing
  • Offer comprehensive quality control outputs relying on existing metrics-generating tools
  • Use APIs to help automatize common tasks
  • Interact with brain imaging researchers to understand how to best process their data
  • Test and document the resulting code according to best practices

Application: send a resume, cover letter, grade transcripts, and the contact details of two referees to methods@fcbg.ch

Starting date: Flexible

Contact
  • methods@fcbg.ch

Required profile

In the line of the continuous development and improvement of our services, the Methods & Data facility is developing a web portal to host and analyze neuroimaging data. Consequently, the Methods & Data facility offers a 6-month Master internship. The candidate should be engaged in a computer science university / engineering school curriculum at Master level, or equivalent.

     Skills:

  • [Required] Experience with Python and Git
  • [Preferred] Experience with Docker and cloud technologies
  • [Preferred] Experience with APIs
  • [Optional] Experience with Java
  • [Required] Proficiency in English
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