A physicist faculty position in the Medical Physics Division of the Department of Radiation Oncology, Medical College of Wisconsin is available for a highly motivated and academically oriented Ph.D. physicist who has strong interests in both research and clinical service. This position aims to enhance our MRI- or CT-guided adaptive radiation therapy program. Candidates of all levels with experience and interests in the area of MRI in radiation oncology, radiomics, or adaptive radiation therapy are sought. Preference will be given to those individuals with track record of extramural funding.
Radiation oncology equipment includes 10 linear accelerators (Elekta Unity MR-Linac, Elekta Versa HD, Elekta Infinity, Artiste (2 with CT-on-Rails), Siemens Oncor, Accuray Radixact (with Synchrony motion tracking), Elekta Perfexion Gamma Knife with Icon CBCT, 4 CT simulators (Siemens Drive dual-source DECT, Siemens Confidence DECT), a 3T Siemens Vero MRI simulator, a KV x-ray unit and an Elekta/Nucletron HDR unit. Treatment planning and related systems include networked Elekta Monaco and XiO systems, MIM software package. The Department of Radiation Oncology houses a CAMPEP accredited Medical Physics certificate program, a CAMPEP accredited Medical Physics residency program and a Radiation Oncology medical residency program. The department has strong research programs in clinical, physics and biology, and is very active in leading and participating in national clinical trials. There are 19 radiation oncologists within the department. The Medical Physics group includes 18 physicists, 4 medical physics residents, 8-10 postdocs. The MCW has strong biophysics and imaging research programs available for collaboration.
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