Careers in Radiology
A diagnostic and interventional neuroradiologist is required to join a group of 35 radiologists, five of whom specialize in neuroradiology. The candidate will be an FRCPC, or equivalent, in Diagnostic Radiology and have a minimum two-year fellowship in diagnostic and interventional neuroradiology. The candidate will be proficient in both neurointervention and imaging and will have a proven academic record.
The QEII Health Sciences Centre is the largest tertiary care group of teaching hospitals in Atlantic Canada and part of the Nova Scotia Health Authority. It is the core adult clinical teaching facility for Dalhousie University’s Faculty of Medicine. There are active residency programs in Diagnostic Radiology, Neuroradiology and Nuclear Medicine. The department is affiliated with the Biomedical Translational Imaging Centre, a research institute conducting research in high field strength magnetic resonance imaging, magnetoencephalography and preclinical imaging devices and techniques.
All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, in accordance with Canadian immigration requirements, Canadian citizens and permanent residents of Canada will be given priority. Start date will be July 1, 2019.
Interested individuals should send their curriculum vitae and the names and addresses of three referees to:
Dr. David C. Barnes
Professor and Head, Department of Radiology
Central Zone Chief, Department of Diagnostic Imaging
QEII Health Sciences Centre
1276 South Park Street
Halifax, NS B3H 2Y9
Term Position with possibility of renewal Biomedical Translational Imaging Centre (BIOTIC), Research Services
To apply, visit the IWK applicaton page
As per IWK Health Centre salary scale Posting Date: December 20, 2017
Open Until Filled
BIOTIC is a multi-site imaging centre that is embedded in the two leading research and teaching hospitals in Nova
Scotia (QEII Health Sciences Centre and the IWK Health Centre). Our multidisciplinary and cross-functional teams, providing expertise in all facets of imaging research and development, collaborate on commercial development projects with industry partners as well as research and development projects with a number of institutions. Our advanced pre-clinical (MRI, PET, SPECT, CT) and clinical (3T MRI, MEG, EEG) imaging equipment are housed in three labs within the IWK and QEII. The BIOTIC team co-develops medical technologies as well as creates new imaging techniques and methods for diagnosing and monitoring treatment.
BIOTIC is seeking an applicant for a full-time term position as a Postdoctoral Fellow. The successful applicant will be chiefly responsible for the implementation and validation of quantitative MRI methods for applications in body imaging, particularly in accurate staging of pancreatic cancer and monitoring of response to therapy.
This Postdoctoral Fellow will primarily be responsible for:
Programming of MRI acquisitions on a GE Healthcare platform using specialized software environments including EPIC, Orchestra and KSFoundation
Testing and implementation of advanced image reconstruction approaches such as Compressed Sensing to optimize acquisition time and data quality
Designing and performing validation experiments in phantoms and in volunteers
Preparation of research ethics submissions, conference presentations, scientific manuscripts and grant applications related to this work.
Depending on experience, the Postdoctoral Fellow may pursue independent research which falls under BIOTIC’s mandate of clinical and commercial translation of imaging technology.
HOURS OF WORK:
- Hours/week, Monday to Friday. Flexible schedule, though evenings/weekends may be required occasionally depending on the nature of ongoing projects and deadlines.
PhD degree in physics, medical physics, biomedical engineering or related field
Experience in magnetic resonance imaging, with preference for clinical imaging experience and/or experience with the GE environment.
Proficiency in programming with C or other scientific programming languages such as Matlab or Python; previous MR pulse sequence programming experience (in any language/environment) is a strong asset.
Experience in signal processing, image reconstruction and/or data analysis
General research experience including scientific communications skills (verbal and written)
Ability to work independently with good problem solving skills and attention to detail
It is the responsibility of IWK employees to self identify as internal applicants. At the time of application submission, each applicant will be asked if they are a current IWK employee.
Successful Applicants are required to provide a criminal record check (including Vulnerable Sector Search) to Human Resources before starting employment and assume any associated costs as a condition of employment. In addition, proof of applicable education and NS registration is required as a condition of employment.