[triangle.general] Position in Nuclear Medicine Image Processing

klg@dukeac.UUCP (Kim Greer) (09/26/89)

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  The SPECT Research Laboratory within the Radiology Department of Duke
University has immediate opening for 3 research scientists interested
in single photon emission computed tomography (SPECT).  The successful
candidates will have an M.S. or Ph.D. in physics, Engineering, Image
Processing or a related area and have a strong interest in research.
The successful candidates will work with a dedicated group of scientists
developing new SPECT imaging geometries and reconstruction techniques.
Knowledge of reconstruction algorithms, digital imaging processing,
Monte Carlo modeling or nuclear medicine instrumentation is desirable.

  The long term goal of the SPECT Research Laboratory is to improve
the quantitative imaging capabilities of SPECT.  There exists a dedi-
cated Research SPECT system that uses three large field-of-view
scintillation cameras.  The laboratory has several DEC and Sun work-
stations as well as three Stellar graphics supercomputers.

  Please send curriculum vitae and a brief summary of research
experience to:
		Ronald Jaszczak, Ph.D.
		Duke University Medical Center
		Dept. of Radiology/Nuclear Medicine Section
		P.O. Box 3949
		Durham, N.C.  27710