Post-doctoral research associates

Friday 16th September 2022

Organization Washington University in St. Louis
Location St. Louis
Title Post-doctoral research associates
URL jhalab.wustl.edu
Email Address a.jha@wustl.edu
Position Summary: The Computational Medical Imaging lab at Washington University in St. Louis (WashU) is
seeking multiple highly motivated postdoctoral fellows for NIH-funded projects on quantitative nuclear-medicine
imaging. This is a highly exciting opportunity to impact both the technology and the clinical translation of
quantitative nuclear-medicine imaging.
The candidate will conduct highly innovative and clinically impactful computational imaging research that will
leverage the unique opportunities at WashU, including opportunities to collaborate with a diverse group of
multidisciplinary researchers from the Department of Biomedical Engineering in the School of Engineering and
Applied Sciences and the Department of Radiology in the School of Medicine at WashU as well as access to
state-of-the-art scanners. Opportunities to initiate new projects will also be available. For more information visit
https://jhalab.wustl.edu.

Required Qualifications: Applicants must have a PhD degree in Medical Physics, Electrical Engineering,
Biomedical Engineering, or closely related areas. The successful candidate will have a strong background in
imaging physics. Experience in GPU programming, conducting physical phantom studies, and experience in
working with clinical data will be advantageous.

Salary and Benefits: Job Type/Schedule: This position is full-time and works approximately 40 hours per week.
Base pay will be commensurate with experience. This position is eligible for full-time benefits. Please visit our
website at http://hr.wustl.edu to view a summary of benefits.
Applicant Special Instructions: Position is available starting immediately. Interested candidates please go
through the research and publications on our web page and send (1) a research statement and (2) their CV via
email to Dr. Abhinav K. Jha (a.jha@wustl.edu).