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R&D Engineer

Posted 22 Nov 2022
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At Quantib, we work hard to improve the accuracy and increase the efficiency of medical image diagnostics. We do this by bringing state-of-the-art machine learning technology into clinical practice. Our software helps radiologists and other medical specialists with diagnosis, disease progression monitoring and therapy planning. Currently, we have FDA cleared/CE marked products on the market for quantification and diagnosis of neurodegenerative diseases and prostate cancer.

Your goal

  • You will join one of our R&D teams in their efforts to realize the best solutions to support radiologists in their work
  • You will help to make sure we deliver world-class algorithms based on state-of-the-art machine learning and deep learning techniques
  • Next to product research, development, and testing, this job requires sincere eagerness to understand how to make our software fit the needs of radiologists best, and the ambition to make this happen

Your role

  • You will be developing and testing software products for clinical use
  • You will be validating algorithms based on state-of-the-art machine learning techniques that extract quantitative information from medical images like CT and MRI

Examples of what you will work on

  • Implement features in the user interface to support an optimal user experience
  • Improve the report and corresponding visualizations to enhance communication of results
  • Implement features in the back-end of our AI platform that support the optimal use of our algorithms and allow for easy integration in the radiologist’s workflow
  • Integrate and optimize algorithms in our AI platform in collaboration with your team mates
  • Extend and improve our internal deep learning framework

Your profile

  • Like to work in a meaningful environment making an impact on improving healthcare
  • Like to deliver quality in all aspects of your day-to-day work
  • MSc degree in a relevant discipline (biomedical engineering, informatics, physics, etc.)
  • A valid Dutch or EU work permit

Your skills

  • Great analytical and investigative skills
  • Programming experience, preferably in Python
  • Experience with medical image analysis during MSc project or previous/current work
  • Good command of English, both in speech and writing
  • The ability to work well in teams

Your colleagues

  • You will work in a team of 20 R&D engineers including people focused on algorithm development and UX design
  • You will collaborate with our quality and regulatory colleagues to ensure smooth certification of our products and help out service and support for complex support requests

Our offer

  • You will be working in a team with a lively mix of R&D engineers, software specialists, marketing and quality staff, and clinicians
  • You will enjoy using state of the art technology to enable our customers to get the most out of our AI software to help their patients
  • You will have flexibility in working hours and the possibility to work partly from home
  • Next to learning on the job, there is room for training to bring your skills to the next professional level
  • We will provide free team lunches 5 days per week

At Quantib we come to work every day to solve the radiologist’s hardest challenges and to make sure they can spend their time in the most valuable way. Medical images enclose secrets about diseases we wish to unravel just as much as physicians do. Therefore, we aim to develop medical image analysis software that pushes the boundaries of manual analysis....


At Quantib we come to work every day to solve the radiologist’s hardest challenges and to make sure they can spend their time in the most valuable way. Medical images enclose secrets about diseases we wish to unravel just as much as physicians do. Therefore, we aim to develop medical image analysis software that pushes the boundaries of manual analysis. It should be fast, it should be accurate, it should be able to detect abnormalities you can’t see with the naked eye.

We want to lift some weight off the physician’s shoulders, doing the time consuming, uninspiring data analyzing for them. Think of white matter hyperintensities getting segmented for you, but not without you checking whether the computer was right and having the opportunity of correcting. With our radiology software, we also want to make all the information captured in medical images available to radiologists, so they can detect diseases before symptoms start showing. Imagine being able to identify specific brain tumors months before you were able to catch them with the naked eye.

At Quantib we are excited about this future and determined to make it happen.

Engineering
Rotterdam
20 employees