Machine Learning/AI Postdoctoral Research Associate in Cancer
Thursday 16th March 2023
Organization University of Wisconsin Madison, Radiation Oncology
Location Madison, Wisconsin
Title Machine Learning/AI Postdoctoral Research Associate in Cancer
Email Address glidehurst at humonc.wisc.edu
Description Open until filled.
The Glide-Hurst lab at the University of Wisconsin-Madison is seeking a highly motivated postdoctoral fellow to implement data analysis workflows incorporating AI / Deep Learning. Working at the intersection of MRI physics and radiation therapy treatment provides a unique environment in which to see your work translate into human studies and to assist in an NIH-funded prospective clinical trial. Partial remote working arrangements are possible as well as ample access to human data and MRI machines for experimentation. Training opportunities in grant writing are encouraged and supported. The Glide-Hurst lab has a demonstrated track record of preparing trainees for successful careers in clinical medical physics and academic MRI physics research.
PhD in medical physics, biomedical engineering/imaging, computer science, or similar. Experience in AI and deep learning for medical applications (or translatable skills).
Glide-Hurst Lab @ UW-Madison
The Glide-Hurst lab at the University of Wisconsin-Madison has an emphasis on integrating cutting edge imaging technologies into cancer care. The UW-Madison campus, located in the heart of the City of Madison, spans 936 acres along the scenic southern shore of Lake Mendota. Madison is consistently ranked as one of the top cities in the nation to live.
To Apply or Inquire
Send a CV and statement of research interests to:
Carri Glide-Hurst, PhD
Associate Professor, Department of Human Oncology
Director of Radiation Oncology Physics
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Glidehurst (at) humonc.wisc.edu