Job Summary The Department of Radiology at University of Colorado Denver is seeking applicants for a full-time faculty position in the Neuroradiology Section at the assistant, associate, or professor level.
Applicants should be ABR certified in Diagnostic Radiology, fellowship trained and CAQ certified or eligible in Neuroradiology. Candidates should be committed to an academic career. Seeking a team-oriented individual interested in developing cutting-edge neuroimaging program in stroke, brain tumor, dementia, movement disorder, or epilepsy. Experience in imaging research including quantitative MRI, image analysis, molecular imaging, outcomes, comparative effectiveness, or machine learning is desirable.
Resources include a research-dedicated PET-CT, 3T MR and new PET-MR scanner, cyclotron, and GMP radiopharmaceutical production facility, imaging analysis laboratory, full spectrum of small animal imaging equipment. Mentorship and professional development is strongly supported at the Department and Section level.
Minimum Qualifications (Qualification requirements are the same across the Assistant, Associate, and Professor Levels.):
Medical Degree or equivalent
Colorado Medical License
Required Competencies (applies to all ranks)
Competency is required in the performance of neuroradiology and teaching
Preferred Qualifications (applies to all ranks)
The individual would have a proven interest in neuroimaging research
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