Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN is seeking a Clinical Radiologist with knowledge and experience in informatics to join our subspecialty practice. The ideal candidate will have experience in supervised and unsupervised machine learning, artificial intelligence approach to data analysis and discovery (such as convoluted neural networks), quantitative image analysis, natural language processing and clinical radiology informatics. The candidate would join our established group of innovators as part of the Mayo Clinic Department of Radiology Augmented Human Intelligence initiative. Non-clinical work would include the development, validation and clinical implementation of tools to provide decision support and automation for the Radiology practice.
This position will require the candidate to be practicing clinical radiology at least 50% of the time in our subspecialty group. All clinical subspecialties will be considered; but breast imaging, abdominal, neuroradiology, and cross sectional imaging specialties are preferred. Mayo Rochester radiology staff includes more than 150 subspecialty radiologists that are strongly supported by 24 physicists and 14 research scientists in Rochester Minnesota. Across all of Mayo Clinic the Department of Radiology includes over 300 radiologists. Patients are seen from all 50 states and over 100 countries on an annual basis. Approximately 80% of all patients at Mayo Clinic require Radiology care, with more than 2 million exams performed per year. The ideal candidate would be able to leverage the magnitude of imaging and clinical data available at Mayo Clinic to further our established efforts that leverage cutting-edge technology with the intent to optimize patient care and increase our practice efficiency.
Extensive opportunities to teach, interact with trainees and mentor are available at Mayo Clinic, with over 30 fellowship positions available each year and 50 trainees in the residency program. Numerous research opportunities are present. Mayo Clinic Radiology is currently in the top 10 US institutions for NIH funding and there are extensive research services available to support established extramurally funded efforts or develop new funding proposals. Close working relationships with clinical colleagues in our integrated practice environment allows translation of research into clinical practice and validation of tools in the clinical environment. Mayo Clinic leverages modern technology with incredible resources available to innovators, including a high performance computing environment, cutting edge GPU accelerated processing infrastructure and a comprehensive Unified Data Platform that aggregates nearly all current EHR data and allows access to comprehensive historical medical record data. Our Center for the Science of Healthcare Delivery has extensive Data Science resources, an Applied Clinical Informatics team and supports initiatives in Augmented Human Intelligence at the Enterprise level. The Division of Radiology Informatics has more than 20 active members, including leaders in the Radiological Society of North America, the American Medical Informatics Association, the Society of Imaging Informatics in Medicine (SIIM), the SIIM Machine Learning Committee, and the American College of Radiology. Our practice includes world experts in the development and clinical implementation of quantitative imaging tools and AI technology, with many of these tools integrated into our clinical environment. Mayo supports numerous partnerships with external vendors and has an established track record of licensing/patenting intellectual property developed by Mayo inventors.