The Massachusetts General Hospital’s Department of Radiology seeks a highly talented, junior faculty scientist/engineer to join our collegial and diverse multidisciplinary research program. Ours is team science with strong member autonomy. Qualified candidates should be self-motivated and possess the ability to work both independently and collaboratively. This is a faculty-track position working in a highly energetic department to translate research into clinical care. Initial appointment as Instructor or Assistant Professor at Harvard Medical School will be commensurate with experience and accomplishments.
The Department of Radiology is a world-renowned research organization that seeks to advance the field of medical imaging. The department employs more than 100 board-certified radiologists specializing in 12 clinical areas supported by hundreds of highly trained technologists and support staff. Over 500 researchers are pioneering advances in medical imaging, and close to 100 trainees are studying to become the next generation of subspecialized radiologists. Operating in several locations across Massachusetts, we perform more than 600,000 exams per year.
The ideal candidate will have a PhD in Applied Mathematics, Computational Statistics, Computer Science, Bioengineering, Biomedical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, or related discipline with 5-7 years of professional work experience and a minimum of 2 to 3 years in progressively more responsible positions.
S/he will have a strong foundation in data science, high-performance computing, and specifically in machine learning techniques in the biomedical imaging domain. The selected candidate will be on a clear career trajectory, that once assisted by committed mentors, will be a candidate for NIH career development grants and faculty promotion.
Demonstrated record of high-quality publications in peer-reviewed journals required, including multiple publications as the lead author. Clear evidence of capacity to become senior author is advantageous.
Established member of teams submitting successful funding applications including peer-review and/or governmental agencies. Experience with industry contracting is a plus.
Serves as team leader of successful research groups including staff members and graduate students. Responsible for team’s overall performance and end products as well as mentoring team members.
Have substantial experienced as presenter. Invited conference speaker is plus.
Possess a keen appreciation for the problems and potentialities in medical imaging and other related disciplines.
The successful applicant will:
Work collaboratively with a highly motivated and collegial team of physicians, clinical researchers, computer scientists, and engineers to solve important medical problems in a world-class academic medical center.
Have access to a vast amount of high-quality medical imaging and pathologic data, advanced computing facilities, a friendly environment, and an unparalleled community of basic and clinical scientists as well as clinicians.
To apply, please submit a CV and cover letter to Sharada Das at Sdas14@mgh.harvard.edu with “Radiology Faculty Research Position Application” in the subject line.
We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, gender identity, sexual orientation, pregnancy and pregnancy-related conditions or any other characteristic protected by law.
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About Massachusetts General Hospital
The Massachusetts General Hospital Department of Radiology provides comprehensive diagnostic imaging and interventional services, trains the next generation of subspecialty radiologists, and carries out research that advances the state of the art in medical imaging. The Department of Radiology, operating under the banner of Massachusetts General Hospital Imaging, employs more than 100 board-certified radiologists specializing in 11 clinical areas and performs more than 600,000 imaging exams a year at Mass General and a network of community locations.