ARL 41 – Research Assistant, Wound Ballistics

Project Name
Medical Imaging as a Tool for Wound Ballistics

Project Description
The primary purpose of this project is to research forensic aspects of ballistic injury. The motivation for this project results from a desire to better understand the ability of medical imaging tools to provide clinically- and evidentiary-relevant information on penetrating wounds caused by ballistic impacts both pre- and post-mortem.

Job Description
The research assistant will collect and analyze data, including DICOM medical images, as well as document and present findings of the work.

Preferred Skills
– Graduate student in biomedical engineering, mechanical engineering, or related field
– Some experience working in a laboratory setting
– Some experience in the medical field
– Some experience with medical images or radiology
– Experience in software for data collection, processing and analysis

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