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General Electric CT Advanced Application Specialist in Beijing, China

Job Description Summary

The Advanced Applications Specialist is responsible for gathering customer input and insight for products and applications in development as well as current products/applications in the CT business. This input is used to enhance our product/applications development to ensure we are building customer centric solutions.

Job Description

Key responsibilities include (but are not limited to):

  • Providing clinical and technical input on new product definitions and requirements.

  • Evaluating performance and quality of new products throughout the development process and after introduction.

  • Assisting in creating marketing and sales tools for product shows, marketing literature and presentations.

  • Experiment design in radiology & clinical study, follow-up and SCI paper writing after the study.

  • Communicating with radiologists to develop new research ideas or methods and improve/maintain customer relationships.

  • collaborating with radiologists on making publications with digital solutions like AI, Radiomics.

  • Supporting the global CT business Field Sales, Service and Applications groups with expertise on applications or principles and assisting in employee training for new products and applications.

  • Providing expert counsel/training to customers using applications under development. Required Qualifications:

  • Master degree in statistics or relevant disciplines.

  • 2+ years experience in statistical modeling, experimental design, and data manipulation.

  • Familiarity with a variety of statistical methods, such as logistic regression analysis.

  • Ability to utilize/understand electronic data processing systems in gathering, storing, managing, retrieving and analyzing large data sets.

  • Great skills in literature retrieval, writing in English, keeping pace with medical research hot spots.

  • 2+ years research experience with at least one SCI paper published.

  • Good communication and presentation skills

  • Willing to travel 20% of the time

Preferred Qualifications:

  • PhD degree in statistics or relevant disciplines.

  • 4+ years experience in statistical modeling, experimental design, and data manipulation.

  • Advanced knowledge of a variety of statistical methods, such as advanced survival analysis.

  • solid experience in various programming, such as SAS, R, Python, SQL, Matlab, Mathematica, C and so on.

  • Willingness to travel within your specified geographic region as well as nationwide

  • Strong in writing SCI papers, good communicate skills in English

  • Recent clinical experience with current GE CT equipment and applications.

  • Demonstrated project/program leadership experience

  • Ability to work effectively in cross-functional role

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