Featured Job Openings
Pediatric Radiology Faculty Positions
The Department of Radiology has two full-time academic Pediatric Radiology faculty positions immediately available. Candidates should be qualified to hold a Texas State Medical License and ABR-certified/eligible, and must have successfully completed an ACGME-accredited fellowship in Pediatric Radiology. Additionally training/experience in any of the following modalities of body MRI, musculoskeletal MRI, or Interventional is preferred. Candidates should have evidence of excellent teaching skills as well as academic interest. Appointment rank will be commensurate with academic accomplishments and experience.
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Postdoctoral Fellow: Quantitative MR Imaging
A postdoctoral position is immediately available in the laboratory of Ananth Madhuranthakam, PhD, within the Department of Radiology at UT Southwestern Medical Center. The laboratory is focused on the development and evaluation of novel magnetic resonance (MR) imaging techniques. This NIH/NCI funded position will primarily focus on the development and evaluation of arterial spin labeled (ASL) measurement of non-contrast perfusion for cancer therapy response monitoring. As part of this study, the postdoctoral fellow will also have the opportunity to participate in the NCI’s Quantitative Imaging Network (QIN).
The candidate must hold a PhD in Biomedical/Electrical Engineering, Physics or related field, and must have programming experience. Preferred experience includes expertise in Biomedical imaging with specific emphasis on MR imaging, pulse sequence programming, and MATLAB/Python/C/C++ programming skills. The candidate should have a track record of publications, excellent written and oral communication skills, and will be expected to participate in both independent and collaborative projects.
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Postdoctoral Fellows: Synthetic Chemistry for Molecular Imaging
Xiankai Sun, Ph.D., and the Department of Radiology have three immediate postdoctoral position openings for highly motivated synthetic chemists to work on projects with research focus on design, synthesis, and biological evaluations of targeted imaging probes for noninvasive disease detection and therapy assessment.
Major research resources available include a recently established state-of-the-art cyclotron and radiochemistry facility and a preclinical nuclear imaging laboratory, which has a Siemens Inveon PET/CT Multimodality scanner, a Bioscan NanoSPECT/CT Plus system, an APECT 1T MRI system, and an MILabs VECTor+CT scanner (a trimodality PET/SPECT/CT system). For additional information, visit the Sun Lab.
Recent graduates with a doctorate in synthetic chemistry and career interest in molecular imaging are encouraged to apply; hands-on experience with small animal imaging, medical radioisotopes, and live animals is desirable but not required.
Interested individuals should send current curriculum vitae to Xiankai Sun, Ph.D.