Postdoctoral Fellow in Radiation Physics for Nanoparticle-aided Cancer Imaging and Therapy Research
Job posting number: #7084583
Posted: September 2, 2021
Job DescriptionA postdoctoral fellow position is available under the supervision of Prof. S. H. Cho at Department of Radiation Physics, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, Texas, USA.
The appointed postdoctoral fellow will work on an NIH-funded project to investigate gold nanoparticle applications for radiation therapy. Emphasis will be given to AI/machine learning-based image analysis and Monte Carlo simulations at the nanoscale.
Candidates should hold a Ph.D. degree in physics, medical physics, engineering, or other related disciplines. Experience in Monte Carlo modeling with the Geant4 toolkit or similar code systems is highly desired. Computer programming skill in C++ and/or Python is required. Experience in machine learning platform (e.g., TensorFlow) and/or wet lab work (cell/animal imaging, clonogenic assay, etc.) is a plus.
This position is renewable annually upon satisfactory performance and will be available until a suitable candidate is found. The pay scale follows the current NIH postdoc salary standard.
To apply, please e-mail your current CV, a brief statement of research interest/experience, and your earliest date of availability. References will be requested after initial screening.
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