The University of California, Los Angeles, Department of Radiation Oncology is seeking applicants for a postdoctoral fellow position in medical physics. The selected candidate will develop machine learning and artificial intelligence applications and algorithms with the ultimate aim of enhancing the safety, efficiency, and effectiveness of radiation therapy. Qualifications include a doctoral degree in Physics, Medical Physics, Biomedical Engineering, Computer Science, or a related field. Excellent programming, problem solving, and mathematical modeling skills are required. This position will provide an entry point into the field of academic medical physics for the right candidate, and an opportunity to gain experience in the rapidly developing field of artificial intelligence in medicine.
Funding source: AHRQ 1R01HS026486
Duration of appointment: 1 year, potentially renewable for a second year based on satisfactory performance.
Deadline for application: Position open until filled.
Interested candidates should email a cover letter, CV and contact information of three references to James Lamb, Ph.D., email@example.com.
About UCLA Radiation Oncology
The Department of Radiation Oncology at UCLA provides a world class research and clinical environment. Department faculty includes 14 physicists, 1 computer scientist, 6 radiation biologists, and 15 radiation oncologists. The Department supports a CAMPEP-accredited medical physics residency and participates in an active CAMPEP-accredited interdepartmental graduate program and CAMPEP-accredited Certificate in Medical Physics program.
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