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Posted: 04/11/06

A postdoctoral fellowship is available within the Medical Physics group atthe University of Massachusetts Medical School, Department of Radiology. The Medical Physics group consists of physicists, engineers, and mathematicians,working on medical imaging problems. The successful candidate will work onprojects related to x-ray tomosynthesis and CT, primarily focused on breast imaging.

Candidates must have a doctoral degree in medical physics, physics, engineering or computer science. Proven expertise in computer programming (C and C++) is essential as is familiarity with Unix and using a large computer cluster. Experience with digital radiographicimaging systems, x-ray imaging experiments, mathematics through linear algebra,digital signal processing, and tomographic image reconstruction is also essential.

This position requires excellent communication skills with a focus on scientificwriting and presenting research at conferences. The position carries a minimum two-year commitment, and promotion to junior faculty is possible.

To apply, send a letter of application, a curriculum vitae, a list of graduatecourses, and names of three references to: Stephen Glick, Ph.D., University ofMassachusetts Medical School, Division of Nuclear Medicine, 55 Lake Avenue North,Worcester , MA, 01655 , or Stephen.Glick@umassmed.edu.


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Academic Article A computer simulation study comparing lesion detection accuracy with digital mammography, breast tomosynthesis, and cone-beam CT breast imaging.
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