Post-Doctoral Fellow – Erasmus MC (Rotterdam)
Published on: January 31, 2022
Research and innovation at the Department of Radiology & Nuclear Medicine using state of the art imaging technologies contributes to the improvement of healthcare in general and of imaging diagnostics and image-guided and radionuclide therapies in particular. The department has developed one of the premier research programs in medical imaging in Europe and ranks highly worldwide. The basis of this accomplishment is a diverse research program that encompasses many key clinical and basic research topics and produces annually around 300 scientific papers. The program has achieved a high level of excellence and offers training and research opportunities to around 100 PhD students. Researchers at our department focus on the understanding and visualizing the molecular mechanisms of diseases, on developing tools for precision diagnostics including quantitative imaging biomarkers for disease prediction, disease assessment and for therapy monitoring, and on innovations in radionuclide therapies. Thereby, we aim to translate relevant scientific outcomes to (patient- specific) clinical practice and to have societal impact by adding value for the patients. Large amounts of data are collected, processed and analyzed and combined with other relevant genetic and clinical data. This enables our researchers to play a key role in the development of data driven medicine using deep learning and artificial intelligence.
Currently, there is a position open for a post-doctoral fellow.
In case you are interested, please reach out to Simone Dalm (email@example.com) – Assistant Professor and PI of the Radiotracer Interactions Group at the department of Radiology & Nuclear Medicine of the Erasmus MC in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.
Please visit https://www.erasmusmc.nl/en/research/departments/radiology-and-nuclear-medicine for more information.
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