We are looking for motivated and talented graduate students and postdoctoral scholars. A wide variety of opportunities are available including pulse sequence development, statistical estimation, machine learning, diffusion weighted MRI, quantitative susceptibility mapping and the development and validation of quantitative imaging biomarkers of liver disease including fat, iron, and fibrosis, among others. There are unique opportunities to work in a translational environment with outstanding access to both technical development and human subject research projects that leverage the highly collaborative atmosphere at the University of Wisconsin.
We draw students from the Departments of Medical Physics and Electrical Engineering, and others through co-mentoring and collaboration with the Liver Imaging Research Group. Prospective students will need to apply directly with the appropriate department(s) for admission, but interested students should feel free to contact us directly about opportunities and to discuss the admissions process.
The Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 requires the University to verify the identity and work authorization of the successful applicant. Any offer of employment is contingent upon verification. The University of Wisconsin is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. We promote excellence through diversity and encourage all qualified individuals to apply.