Postdoctoral Research Associate- Radiation Oncology
The Department of Radiation Oncology at the Washington University School of Medicine has an immediate opening in the field of imaging technology development. The successful candidate will join our effort to develop distributed x-ray imaging and proton imaging. Our goal is to provide advanced technologies for point-of-care imaging and precise image-guided radiation treatments. The Advanced X-Ray Imaging Lab (AXIL) at the radiation oncology department is developing multiple novel imaging technologies. A major recent effort was the development of distributed x-ray source, which is now commercialized through a startup company. We are continually developing novel imaging systems as well as s
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