A position for highly motivated postdoctoral fellows is available immediately in the Wang lab for Advanced X-Ray and CT Imaging at Stanford University. The lab's interests revolve around the following areas:
Applications of artificial intelligence / machine learning / deep learning to x-ray and CT imaging
Dual energy / spectral imaging, including photon counting detectors
Monte Carlo and Deterministic methods for x-ray imaging and radiation dose
Model-based image reconstruction
Novel systems and methods for x-ray and CT imaging
Lab resources include:
Zeego Lab (zeegolab.stanford.edu), a robotic C-arm that supports interventional imaging, animal studies, and more
Tabletop Cone-Beam CT Lab, for prototyping novel systems, custom geometries, and phantom experiments
Access to clinical systems, large-scale computational resources, 3D printing, machine shop, and more
The Wang lab (med.stanford.edu/wanggroup.html) is in the Radiological Sciences Laboratory (rsl.stanford.edu) in the Department of Radiology. The successful applicant will work in close collaboration within a team of researchers from Stanford Radiology and other departments.
This position will remain open until filled and is available for a minimum of 1 year, with the possibility of extension. Salary will be determined based on the experience of the candidate and the University guidelines for Postdoctoral Fellows (postdocs.stanford.edu).
PhD in Medical Physics, Electrical or Biomedical Engineering, Computer Science, or similar
Strong mathematical and computational skills, with demonstrated expertise in medical imaging
Strong understanding of x-ray physics, reconstruction, and experimentation
Proficient in image processing, manipulation, and analysis tools (Python and/or Matlab)
Track record of productive research and publications
Collaborative team spirit; strong interpersonal, communication, and writing skills; and attention to detail
Demonstrated ability to work independently, be self-motivated, and an eagerness to learn
Cover letter, including your research interests and career goals
** Let me know if you are attending the AAPM Annual Meeting, and we can arrange to meet in person. **
About Stanford University
Stanford University is one of the world’s leading research universities. It is known for its entrepreneurial character, drawn from the legacy of its founders, Jane and Leland Stanford, and its relationship to Silicon Valley. Areas of excellence range from the humanities to social sciences to engineering and the sciences. Stanford is located in California’s San Francisco Bay Area, one of the most intellectually dynamic and culturally diverse areas of the nation. Stanford’s faculty, staff and students work to improve the health and wellbeing of people around the world through the discovery and application of knowledge.
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