Rhode Island Hospital, the primary academic affiliate of the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University and Lifespan Cancer Institute, is seeking qualified applicants for the role of medical physicist at the rank of assistant professor. A new satellite facility (East Greenwich, RI) is undergoing planning and creates an open position on our team. The department of radiation oncology has a three-fold mission: providing the highest quality and safest care to patients, educating the next generation of physicians and medical physicists, and advancing medicine through research. The department chair and medical physics division chief seek to further enhance a tightly-bound premier physics group of 10 academically-minded medical physicists.
Radiation Oncology sees over 1500 consults per year and maintains a daily treatment census of approximately 115 patients. Equipment includes: Varian TrueBeam STx with ExacTrac, Varian Trilogy accelerator with OBI & Align RT, Varian iX accelerator with OBI, Accuray CyberKnife Radiosurgery, Gamma Knife Perfexion Radiosurgery, Elekta & Varian brachytherapy, and various TPS (Varian Eclipse, Phillips Pinnacle, and RaySearch RayStation). Rhode Island Hospital’s Diagnostic Radiology Department utilizes state-of-the- art CT, MR, and PET scanners. The satellite facility will possess a new TrueBeam accelerator and new CT-Simulator.
There is a CAMPEP Accredited Therapy Medical Physics Residency Program, a CAMPEP Accredited graduate program partnered with the University of Rhode Island, and a new Medical Physics Graduate Program at Brown University. There is also a Radiation Oncologist Residency Program. Physics Faculty are expected to participate in teaching and research.
We are seeking a board certified, academically-minded physicist who possesses a strong work ethic, is creative, and wants career growth and mentorship. Protected time, limited start-up research support, and annual meeting attendance are provided to all physics faculty. Expertise in imaging, particularly in MRI, and strong communication skills are highly desired. Two years of experience beyond residency is required.
Providence is the third largest city in New England. Providence's renaissance has created new parks and attractions and brought emphasis back to its historic roots. City events, historic vistas, eclectic districts such as College Hill and Federal Hill, and a great nightlife make Providence a worthwhile tourist destination and place to live. Beautiful beach and winter vacation destinations are within a couple hour’s drive. East Greenwich is an upscale waterfront community located only 20 minutes from Providence.
For more information, please email (Eric.Klein@Lifespan.org) including CV and 3 named references.
Eric E. Klein, Ph.D., FASTRO, FAAPM
Chief of Physics, Radiation Oncology
Rhode Island Hospital/Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University
Lifespan is an equal opportunity (EEO/AA) employer and is committed to increasing the diversity of its faculty. It welcomes nominations and applications from minorities, women, and individuals with varied experiences, perspectives and backgrounds, which would enrich the university's research, teaching and service missions.
About Rhode Island Hospital/Brown University
Brown University is an equal opportunity (EEO/AA) employer and is committed to increasing the diversity of its faculty. It welcomes nominations and applications from minorities, women, and individuals with varied experiences, perspectives and backgrounds, which would enrich the university's research, teaching and service missions.
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