Job Title: Assistant Professor, Clinical Faculty Appointment
The Department of Radiation Physics at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, Texas is seeking a clinically oriented Therapeutic Medical Physicist at the rank of Assistant Professor, Clinical Faculty Appointment. This appointment will be a full time PhD faculty position. The candidate's primary clinical duties will be to support external beam and brachytherapy treatments at the main campus in Houston. Responsibilities will depend upon the clinical service to which the candidate is assigned but may include special procedures such as 4DCT, SRS, SBRT, IORT and PDR and HDR gynecological treatments. The candidate will participate in quality assurance for our EBRT treatment machines, CT-simulators and HDR and PDR units. They will also participate in special projects and other assignments as needed. As a faculty member, the candidate will develop a research program and participate in educational programs for graduate students and trainees. The MD Anderson Cancer Center treats over 5000 patients per year at our main location with 11 Varian iX, 4 Varian TrueBeam and 2 Elekta Versa linear accelerators as well as with a GammaKnife and several HDR and PDR units. Refer to the Radiation Physics webpage for additional information about the department and its programs.
Requirements include a Ph.D. in Medical Physics or Physics and certification from the ABR or a letter of certificate equivalence (LoCE). Strong communication skills and the ability to work well in a large team are a must for the successful candidate.
Interested candidates should send a CV and letter of interest to:
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