MD Anderson is an oncology center offering a full range of diagnostic imaging services. The Department of Imaging Physics is seeking a candidate that will be able to support these imaging modalities independently: Nuclear Medicine Gamma camera, SPECT/CT, PETCT, PET/MR, DXA, radionuclide therapy, dosimetry and related radiation safety. Proficiency with computer programing is highly desireable.
Doctoral degree and two years clinical experience are required (residency training qualifies as clinical experience). Must be board certified (or eligible) in Nuclear Medicine Physics or Diagnostic Medical Physics with strong experience in nuclear medicine physics.
To be considered as a candidate for this position, please forward a curriculum vitae to:
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