Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) technicians operate the scanners that capture images inside a patient's body to help diagnose ailments. They are responsible for preparing patients for the procedure and positioning them inside the scanners that use powerful magnets instead of radiation. The captured images are then reviewed by a physician.
MRI techs work in Hospitals. Some may work nights, holidays and weekends in order to offer emergency services around the clock.
General and Personal Skills Required
Cost of Training
Recommended Level of Education
Professional Skills / Tools Required
Deep Learning, Tensor Flow, Natural Language Processing (NLP)
Medical Labouratory Technology