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Jeff Martin in Memphis, Tennessee

87 months ago

getting the RT (MRI)specialist out of the normal office setting and into a design setting creating 3D bone models from the MRI received.

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Kris Schulls in Waukesha, Wisconsin

87 months ago

Jeff Martin in Memphis, Tennessee said: getting the RT (MRI)specialist out of the normal office setting and into a design setting creating 3D bone models from the MRI received.

Jeff,

It sounds like only half of your message was posted can you exaplain in detail what you are talking about.

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Jeff Martin in Memphis, Tennessee

87 months ago

Kris Schulls in Waukesha, Wisconsin said: Jeff,

It sounds like only half of your message was posted can you exaplain in detail what you are talking about.

Hi Kris,
I have to be vague due to company IP that's being filed. We are needing to hire people who can help us intrepet MRI's and develop 3D models from the scans. it's a new position here and i was just tossing out a line to see if there was any interest in exploring the new with us.

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Walter Boyd in Palatka, Florida

84 months ago

Jeff,

Are you still looking for MR Technologist for your project?

WLB

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Sherry Dalton in Salisbury, North Carolina

84 months ago

Are you still looking for an mri tech for this job? I have 17 years experience and would be interested. Thank you.

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Radiographer in Beaverton, Oregon

82 months ago

Jeff Martin in Memphis, Tennessee said: getting the RT (MRI)specialist out of the normal office setting and into a design setting creating 3D bone models from the MRI received.

So basically you want someone to do your reformatting? From home? That would be unheard of but cool.

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John in Tucson, Arizona

82 months ago

Are you still looking for an MRI Technologist? If so I am interested!

Thanks!

Jeff Martin in Memphis, Tennessee said: getting the RT (MRI)specialist out of the normal office setting and into a design setting creating 3D bone models from the MRI received.

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kangrue3@comcast.net in Taylor, Michigan

72 months ago

Jeff Martin in Memphis, Tennessee said: getting the RT (MRI)specialist out of the normal office setting and into a design setting creating 3D bone models from the MRI received.

Dear Jeff,
I have 10 years experience in MRI and a total of 25 years in the radiology field.I would love to hear more about this kind of job,I have always like the 3D re-con part of the exams any way. I have experience with GE Excite.I would be curious to hear what you have planned.

Lisa A. Rugh
24519 Kensington St.
Taylor,MI 48180

E-Mail: kangrue3@comcast.net

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clafond in Paw Paw, Michigan

72 months ago

Jeff Martin in Memphis, Tennessee said: getting the RT (MRI)specialist out of the normal office setting and into a design setting creating 3D bone models from the MRI received.

Hi Jeff:
Stumbled across this post-realizing it's 15 months old, I still would like to know if anything materialized. I appreciate you taking the time to respond!
Thank you
Carla

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Christain Reese in Florida

68 months ago

Jeff Martin in Memphis, Tennessee said: Hi Kris,
I have to be vague due to company IP that's being filed. We are needing to hire people who can help us intrepet MRI's and develop 3D models from the scans. it's a new position here and i was just tossing out a line to see if there was any interest in exploring the new with us.

I love Recon!!!!!!!! Best part of scanning is being the person who also gets to recon and knows cross sectional anatomy enough to not cut off pathology...Once a technologist cut off a basilar aneurysm in recon of carotids I just happened to be looking at source imaged that night and had to call radiologist at 3am to so he could stop the release of the patient since pathology was missing on his images

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Brad in Senatobia, Mississippi

45 months ago

I applied for this job and tried to get an interview; I am MRI registered and have lots of experience with computers and reformatting. For some reason, I was never contacted for an interview. What does one have to do to get a position with this company? Very frustrating.

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