This is a clinical, non-tenure track position for a Qualified Medical Physicist to provide service and expertise primarily in the Section of Magnetic Resonance and Ultrasound Physics in the Department of Imaging Physics, Division of Diagnostic Imaging. The department provides medical imaging physics support to the primary campus of MD Anderson Cancer Center as well as remote affiliate sites. This position requires independent clinical and scientific effort in the physics of diagnostic imaging related to MRI. The technical emphasis of the position will be in the evaluation and integration of imaging systems, continuous quality improvement and consultation in imaging protocols, consultations regarding patient safety, acceptance testing, and ongoing quality control, including annual system testing. Participation in appropriate educational programs is also expected.
PhD or an equivalent degree in Medical Physics from a CAMPEP accredited program with either completion of a CAMPEP accredited residency or two years experience in clinical Diagnostic Medical Physics (MRI emphasis preferred), or PHD or an equivalent degree in a related field and three years relevant experience in clinical Diagnostic Medical Physics (MRI emphasis preferred), and American Board of Radiology certification in Diagnostic Medical Physics (or eligible), and able to obtain a Texas License in Diagnostic Radiological Physics prior to employment, and eligible for Class II medical privileges in their specialty area.
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