One postdoctoral position in the Medical Physics Division of the Department of Radiation Oncology, Medical College of Wisconsin is available immediately for individuals who have recently received a Ph.D in medical physics, biophysics, physics or engineering. This position will emphasize on research initially with possibility of entering the Medical Physics Residency program for clinical training. In addition, a CAMPEP-accredited Medical Physics Certificate can be earned for a candidate without formal Medical Physics graduate training. The areas of research include MRI-guided radiation therapy, adaptive radiotherapy, and radiomics for treatment response assessment, bio-physical modeling for treatment planning. Knowledge in areas of radiation physics, MRI, CT, or other medical imaging, and bio-physical modeling is helpful.
Medical College of Wisconsin is a major private, academic institution dedicated to leadership and excellence in education, research and patient care. The Department of Radiation Oncology has full spectrum of radiation therapy equipment. Currently, there are 19 radiation oncologists, 16 faculty/staff physicists and over 10 postdocs/residents within the Medical Physics Division. The departmental edu...cational program included CAMPEP accredited Medical Physics Residency and Certificate programs. The MCW has strong biophysics and medical imaging research programs available for collaboration.
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