Radiation Oncology Physics Div
Instructor or Assistant Professor Faculty: Therapy Medical Physicist
The Department of Radiation Oncology at the Washington University School of Medicine has an exceptional opportunity for academic radiation therapy medical physicist to join our faculty. For this position, we seek applications at instructor to assistant professor level and will consider applicants with varying clinical and academic interests. Startup package may be available for development of academic career. All faculty positions have dedicated academic time.
Environment: The medical physics division currently has 26 other faculty for support of our clinical operations, research, and educational activates. The division has over 40 other members consisting of medical physics assistants, QA technicians, residents, post-doctoral fellows, graduate students, and staff. The Department of Radiation Oncology supports a state-of-the-art clinic located at Barnes-Jewish Hospital and Siteman Cancer Center, as well as several clinical affiliates. Clinical resources include numerous linear accelerators, a GammaKnife, very busy brachytherapy services with two HDR remote afterloaders, and a spectrum of imaging devices, including a dedicated MR-simulator with HIFU capability, clinical MR-IGRT program, and proton radiotherapy service. The institution is firmly committed to advancing the field of radiation therapy by actively pursuing novel clinical/research projects and investing in cutting-edge technology. We are in the process of facility construction for the next generation MR-IGRT machine and plans are underway for the second proton radiotherapy machine. The department supports several education programs, including the longest-standing CAMPEP accredited medical physics residency. Research infrastructure and funding are diverse and the research support resources are outstanding. The department offers highly productive collaboration opportunities with our clinical and cancer biology colleagues as well as university wide collaboration opportunities across various departments in medical and other schools.
The successful candidate must be certified or eligible for certification by the American Board of Radiology in Therapeutic Medical Physics and have academic/research desires, including mentorship of graduate students, post doctorate fellows, and/or medical physics residents. Washington University is an equal opportunity employer.
Sasa Mutic, Ph.D.
Professor and Director of Medical Physics
Department of Radiation Oncology
Washington University School of Medicine
Sasa Mutic, PhD
An Equal Opportunity Affirmative Action Employer
Washington University seeks an exceptionally qualified and diverse faculty; women, minorities, protected veterans and candidates with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.