Research - Laboratory/Non-Laboratory, Staff/Administrative
Location: Hyde Park Campus
1)The primary focus of the staff scientistâ™s work will be the development of new quantitative methods for dynamic contrast enhanced MRI (e.g. high temporal resolution imaging and pharmacokinetic analysis).
1) Breast MRI, clinical trial, and translational research experience.
2) The MRIRC operates state-of-the art research scanners, including a 3T Achieva scanner equipped with MRI-guided HIFU, an Ingenia 3T scanner equipped with HIFU, and a 9.4T small animal magnet.
3) Ability to devote time for research on an additional 7 clinical MRI scanners.
4) Ability to work with groups of Radiologists, Medical Physicists, Oncologists, and technical staff to develop and test innovative new breast imaging methods.
5) Medical physicist to play a central role in breast MRI screening research program.
1) Doctoral degree in physical sciences, biomedical or electrical engineering, or related discipline.
1) Significant experience with ultrafast dynamic contrast enhanced MRI is preferred, together with experience in building and operating protocols for Philips scanners.
2) The successful applicant should have a strong record of productivity and publication.
2) Cover Letter
NOTE: When applying, all required documents MUST be uploaded under the Resume/CV section of the application
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