The Department of Radiation Oncology at Indiana University School of Medicine and Indiana University Health Physicians invites applications for the position of Staff Medical Physicist in the Department of Radiation Oncology. This is a full-time clinical faculty position in clinical radiation therapy physics. Minimum of a Master's degree in medical physics is required. The position reports to the Vice Chair of Radiation Oncology Physics. Opportunities for involvement in research and teaching are also available. Salary and academic rank (tenure or clinical track) will be commensurate with experience and qualifications.
Requires MS or PhD in medical physics; physics; radiation biology or a related discipline or a combination of education and significant comparable experience in radiation therapy. Must be qualified to practice as a Physicist in Radiation Oncology and be certified by the American Board of Radiology in Therapeutic Radiological Physics.
Indiana University Health hospitals; including IU Health Methodist Hospital, IU Health University Hospital, and the internationally recognized Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health and IU Health Simon Cancer Center, are located in the heart of Indianapolis which is America’s 12th largest city with 1.7 million people. Indianapolis is the perfect mix of big-city sophistication and genuine Hoosier hospitality. With its arts, culture, sporting events, history and heritage, you will find that the Indianapolis area is a great place to live!
About Indiana University Department of Radiation Oncology
Radiation Oncology faculty includes 11 clinical physicists, 11 radiation oncologists and 3 full-time researchers. Educational programs in the Department of Radiation Oncology include, a medical residency program, physics residency program, dosimetry certificate program, and a radiation therapy bachelor of science degree program.
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