Machine Learning Research Engineer (m/f/d)
Full time – Berlin, Germany
Are you passionate about developing impactful applications of machine learning? Does the prospect of dealing with complex problems in an exciting domain interest you? Do you want to play an instrumental role in building deep learning products?
We are looking for an ambitious Machine Learning Research Engineer to enhance our team and to help us build the next generation of machine learning applications for the healthcare industry.
What we do
At Vara, we aim to make high-quality diagnostic services accessible to and affordable for patients all around the world by applying machine learning on medical images. Our product Vara enables radiologists to reach superior diagnostic performance for the detection of breast cancer. Our vision is that no human dies from a curable disease anymore.
Our team is made up of entrepreneurs, scientists, and engineers from top-tier companies and universities around the world. Many of us have PhDs and extensive research experience. We’re based in Europe’s startup capital, Berlin, and are growing!
Further information can be found on your website: https://www.varahealthcare.com.
You will use modern machine learning frameworks to develop models for medical data and will build infrastructure that enables training and deploying deep learning models at scale. The tasks are diverse and non-repetitive, as we constantly strive to improve our models with new methods. Successful projects will be highly automated via clean, maintainable code. You will work in a team with our machine intelligence, data and software engineers, profiting from and enriching their expertise.
Your main responsibilities will include:
We define ourselves by a culture of friendship and ownership. We’re looking for capable, driven, and thoughtful people to add to our vision.
The preferred qualifications are just that: preferred. None of us walked in with all of them. If a few of these points apply to you, we definitely want to talk!
What We Offer
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