Postdoc Position

Friday 21st April 2023

Organization MD Anderson Cancer Center
Location Houston
Title Postdoc Position
Email Address
Description We are looking for postdoctoral researcher in the areas of medical image analysis and machine learning to join our research lab ( We have published original research in impactful journals, including Lancet Digital Health, Nature Machine Intelligence, Nature Communications, Radiology, Clinical Cancer Research, and Modern Pathology. The research themes are centered on
• develop medical image models for cancer diagnosis, prognosis, and treatment selection
• integrate images with molecular data to decipher biological mechanisms
We are looking for candidates who are enthusiastic about cancer research, self-motivated, and determined to kill cancer. Candidates from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply. This position requires skills in advanced image analysis (e.g., segmentation, registration, and feature extraction), machine learning, data science, and applied math. Top applicants are required to have dedicated training/ research in machine learning/deep learning, and proficiency in Python and MATLAB. The candidates must be fluent in written/spoken English and good at presenting research accomplishments.
We will offer meaningful projects at the forefront of cancer research, where the successful candidates will work in a highly collaborative and diverse, multidisciplinary team. They will have the opportunity to closely work with world-class physician-scientists, including Dr. John Heymach (, Dr. Joe Chang ( We are dedicated to maintaining a pleasant working environment, mentoring young trainees, and ensuring your career success.
Candidates should submit the following materials electronically to Dr. Jia Wu. Please email the following:
1. A current curriculum vitae.
2. Two publications.
3. The name and contact information of two references who are familiar with your work.

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. This is an initially 1-year position that is extendable to 3 years, conditional on performance. The salary will be set according to the NIH postdoctoral stipend guidelines.