As a core member of the Imaging Research and Development team at Lilly, the Imaging Clinical Research Scientist (CRS) will provide technical expertise and leadership focused mainly on Positron Emission Tomography (PET) image analysis and interpretation in support of the clinical therapeutic portfolio. The Imaging CRS will be computationally adept, experienced in molecular imaging and responsible for the design, image analysis and interpretation of medical imaging in clinical trials. She / he will leverage expertise in image analysis, processing, and modeling and work cross-functionally within Lilly as well as with external imaging collaborators.
Provide strategic and technical expertise on the development, implementation and quantitative evaluation of imaging biomarker analysis techniques in various phases of clinical development across therapeutic areas such as Neuroscience and Oncology.
Partner collaboratively with internal research and clinical (medical, operations, statistics, regulatory) teams as well as external CROs to support the validation of imaging biomarkers and their application in therapeutic development.
Apply a variety of image analysis methodologies to perform image analysis and kinetic modeling.
Evaluate emerging imaging technologies, gather and communicate scientific intelligence, identify key scientific developments and implement them in the image analysis pipelines
Work with statisticians on analysis plans involving imaging endpoints.
Design, edit, write and review protocols and technical imaging documents (e.g., technical manuals, imaging review charters).
Establish and maintain contacts with external experts and opinion leaders on a national and international basis.
Communicate, present and publish results of research projects and clinical trials as appropriate.
Internal Number: 49724
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