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Emory University Assistant Professor - CT Medical Physics Faculty members in Atlanta, Georgia


The Department of Radiation Oncology of the Emory University School of Medicine is recruiting outstanding Medical Physics Faculty members to join a dynamic and progressive team. Emory’s Division of Medical Physics provides clinical care at four photon radiation oncology sites in the Atlanta metro area and is opening the Emory Proton Therapy Center.

Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University, a National Cancer Institute – Designated Comprehensive Cancer Center, is the only NCI-designated cancer center in the state of Georgia and is one of 30 Lead Academic Participating Sites (LAPS) for National Cancer Institute’s National Clinical Trials Network (NCTN). Medical Physicists participate in national studies including NRG, COG, and ECOG-ACRIN.

State-of-the-art clinical facilities are networked with a strong emphasis on intensity modulated radiation therapy, stereotactic procedures, image guided radiation therapy, and clinical trial development. Clinical photon sites are equipped with 8 Varian and 2 Elekta linear accelerators, 1 Varian and 2 Elekta brachytherapy afterloaders, Zeiss Intrabeam IORT unit, Gamma Knife ICON, Brainlab SRS treatment planning system, 4 CT Simulators, and 4D motion management systems. Treatment planning is performed with Varian Eclipse. There are currently 17 faculty and staff physicists in the Division of Medical Physics.

This position may involve didactic and clinical education. Emory Medical Physicists are involved in formal education programs, including: Georgia Institute of Technology Medical Physics graduate program, Emory University graduate medical education and medical physics residency programs, Southern Illinois University dosimetry graduate program, and the school of radiation therapy at Grady Health System. The applicant should be motivated, forward thinking, and willing to participate in on-going clinical and scientific research projects. The Department of Radiation Oncology is currently ranked 6th in NIH funded medical schools.

Minimum qualifications: PhD in medical physics and completion of CAMPEP accredited residency program preferred. ABR certification requirements must be met within 3 years of hire and remain in good standing with the ABR Maintenance of Certification program. Excellent

verbal and written communication skills are a must. Competitive salary available commensurate with experience.

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Job Number 15626

Job Type Regular Full-Time

Division School Of Medicine

Department SOM: Rad Onc: Admin

This position may involve the following Health and Safety issues: Working with radioactive materials or devices.

Required Documents Cover letter, List of References

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