A Postdoctoral Associate position in magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of bone and joint disorders is available at the University of Minnesota. This individual will be responsible for conducting research in the technical development, validation, and clinical translation of quantitative MRI techniques at high (3T) and ultrahigh (≥7T) field strengths to diagnose and monitor disorders of the hip, knee, and spine. MRI techniques of interest include relaxation time mapping (T1Ï, RAFF, T2, and T2*), diffusion, perfusion, ultrashort-echo time (UTE) imaging, quantitative susceptibility mapping (QSM), and strategies for efficient, high-resolution imaging. The work will include imaging of large animal models and human subjects. Funding for the position is guaranteed for three years.
PhD in engineering, physics, computer science, or a related field
Background in medical imaging
Programming experience in Matlab, C/C++, and/or related languages
Strong oral and written communication skills
MRI data collection and analysis experience
MRI pulse sequence programming experience
Internal Number: 336580
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