The Department of Imaging Physics has an immediate opening for an outstanding scientist at the rank of Assistant Professor (non-tenure track, clinical faculty appointment). MD Anderson is an oncology center offering a full range of diagnostic imaging services. The ideal candidate will be able to support these imaging modalities independently: CT, interventional radiology, mammography, general radiography & fluoroscopy, Nuclear Medicine & PET. Database experience (such as radiation and IV contrast database monitoring systems) would be highly desireable.
Doctoral degree and two years clinical experience are required (residency training qualifies as clinical experience) or 5 years post degree with any combination of time as a clinician, clinical scientist or GME trainee. Must be ABR certified (or eligible) in Diagnostic Medical Physics; Board certification in Nuclear Medical Physics is highly desireable.
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