An Instructor position is immediately available in the Division of Medical Physics and Engineering, Department of Radiation Oncology, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, for an individual interested in pursuing a career in computational medical physics. Research topics include the development of advanced photon-, proton-, or heavy charged particle-based cancer radiotherapy techniques, specific problems in image processing, radiation dose calculation, and treatment plan optimization. A Ph.D. in physics, mathematics, computer science or related disciplines is required. Strong programming skill is essential. Knowledge in medical physics, machine learning and high-performance computing is desirable. The candidate should also demonstrate excellent written and communication skills, as well as personal attributes of initiative, problem-solving and teamwork. See More
Qualified applicants should apply at https://jobs.utsouthwestern.edu and should attach a current curriculum vitae.
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Valid through: 11/19/2021