About the role
In this challenging job we offer a central position in the research in the Radiation Oncology department involving image guidance and artificial intelligence.
The candidate will support the department towards the front of cutting-edge applications of AI in radiotherapy. The candidate will be involved in existing and novel research lines in a multi-disciplinary setting. The position comprises the full spectrum of academic skills. We expect the candidate to initiate projects, including fund-raising. The candidate will be expected to initiate (inter)national collaborations, to be involved in education and to coach academic students at various levels (BS, MS, PhD).
We expect the candidate to:
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About the workplace
You will be working at the department of Radiation Oncology of the Amsterdam UMC. The Amsterdam UMC was formed after the merge of the AMC and VUmc, founding the largest academic hospital in the Netherlands. The hospital provides an excellent clinical and research infrastructure, including expertise on imaging and AI. Research is embedded in the CCA (Cancer Center Amsterdam).
The department of Radiation Oncology is focusing its activities at location VUmc (De Boelelaan), which will become the main location for this position. All our treatment machines are equipped with state-of-the-art imaging devices, with more than half of the machines supporting novel online adaptive procedures with linac-integrated MRI or Cone Beam CT. The medical physics team (about 60 employees), of which you will be part, aspires to be leading in the field of radiotherapy research. The department key research fields include (online) adaptive image-guided radiotherapy, brachytherapy and hyperthermia.
During the publication period, applications will be handled continuously. If the vacancy is filled, it will be closed prematurely.
Do you have any questions? For substantive information, please contact prof dr Arjan Bel, Head radiotherapy physics Amsterdam UMC, via email@example.com (refer to "vacancy researcher AI").
For more information about the application procedure, please contact Tanja Hart, Recruitment adviser, via firstname.lastname@example.org or via 06-21603178.
A reference check and screening may be part of the procedure. Read here what this means. If you join us, we will ask for a VOG (Statement of Good Conduct).
Internal candidates are given priority over external candidates, in the event of equal suitability.
Acquisition in response to this vacancy is not appreciated.