The Department of Biomedical Engineering at Columbia University School of Engineering and Applied Science is seeking applications for the position of postdoctoral research scientist in biomedical imaging. This position is part of a program headed by the Provost's office designed to advance the Schools' diversity plans by supporting the recruitment of outstanding postdoctoral scholars from historically underrepresented groups (including women in engineering disciplines) to more closely reflect the composition of the national pool of qualified candidates. The purpose of the program is to develop postdoctoral candidates for possible faculty appointments at Columbia University and other universities.
The postdoctoral scientists/scholars will work full-time on the research program of biomedical imaging and receive salary, travel and research support competitive with comparable prestigious postdoctoral programs. Postdoctoral scientists will not be required to teach, but if interested, can be supported in doing so. They will hold the rank of postdoctoral research scientist and be entitled to associated benefits.
Minimum Degree: Applicants should have a PhD degree in biomedical engineering, electrical engineering or equivalent (with a degree completion prior to Sept. 2022), and an established research record as evidenced in peer-reviewed publications in medical imaging fields such as MRI, CT, ultrasound, optical and/or PET but also molecular imaging as well as image processing, machine learning, deep learning and similar fields.
Applications should be submitted at https://academic.careers.columbia.edu/
Columbia University is an Equal Opportunity Employer / Disability / Veteran
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