Postdoc Opening in Coronary Artery, Intravascular OCT Computational Imaging at Case Western Reserve University
We have a postdoctoral opportunity to advance new solutions in cardiovascular and ophthalmological biomedical imaging using machine and deep learning approaches. Projects include mass screening of disease, diagnosis/staging, treatment evaluation, and image guided therapies. A particular opportunity exists in coronary artery intravascular OCT, where we use biomechanical experiments, deep learning. and finite element modeling with the intention of creating software to help plan interventional treatments. Trainees will have an opportunity to join and learn from the wide ranging biomedical imaging community at Case Western Reserve University, which includes the Center of Computational Imaging and Personalized Diagnostics (CCIPD), the Case Center for Imaging Research (aka, the Disneyland of Imaging), and Interactive Commons. Successful applicants should have a PhD with a background in biomedical imaging, computer vision, quantitative imaging, and/or image guided therapies. Laboratory funding comes from NIH R01s, R21s, and SBIRs, as well as Case-Coulter and research agreements with commercial entities. An entrepreneurial spirit is a plus as our laboratory has launched startups. Please contact us for more information on how we innovate biomedical imaging.
Applicants should send an email stating why they should be selected, curriculum vitae, and contact information for at least three references to Dr. David Wilson, Robert Herbold Professor of Biomedical Engineering and Radiology, email@example.com.
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