For the implementation of MRI imaging biomarkers for biologically guided proton therapy, your research will mainly focus on: Extraction of functional parameters from MR and PET images; Implementation of 4D MRI imaging of functional parameters; Characterization of local tumour aggressiveness and radiosensitivity based on imaging information
You should have a PhD degree in medical physics/biomedical-engineering or related subject, and have experience in 4D imaging applications in radiotherapy. Functional MRI imaging experience and the ability to extract features such as oxigen levels from MRI images will be evaluated positively, as well as good and demonstrable software skills. Furthermore, you should be prepared to work in a multinational and multidisciplinary team and have a good knowledge of English
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For the Center of Proton Therapy we are looking for a Postdoctoral Fellow MRI Imaging biomarkers for biologically guided proton therapy Your tasks For the implementation of MRI imaging biomarkers for biologically guided proton therapy, your research will mainly focus on: Extraction of functional parameters from MR and PET images Implementation of 4D MRI imaging of functional parameters Characterization of local tumour aggressiveness and radiosensitivity based on imaging information Your profile You should have a PhD degree in medical physics/biomedical-engineering or related subject, and have experience in 4D imaging applications in radiotherapy. Functional MRI imaging experience and the ability to extract features such as oxigen levels from MRI images will be evaluated positively, as well as good and demonstrable software skills. Furthermore, you should be prepared to work in a multinational and multidisciplinary team and have a good knowledge of English. We offer Our institution is based on an interdisciplinary, innovative and dynamic collaboration. You will profit from a systematic training on the job, in addition to personal development possibilities and our pronounced vocational training culture. If you wish to optimally combine work and family life or other personal interests, we are able to support you with our modern employment conditions and the on-site infrastructure. For further information please contact Sairos Safai, phone 41 56 310 51 58. Please submit your application online by 6 January 2020 (including list of publications and addresses of referees) for the position as a Postdoctoral Fellow (index no. 1723-01). 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