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|09/18/2020||Cem Altunbas, PhD||Our laboratory focuses on the development of novel technologies for computed tomography and their implementation in radiation oncology.||The Medical Physics division of the Department of Radiation Oncology at University of Colorado Cancer Center is seeking a postdoctoral researcher in the area of cone beam computed tomography (CBCT). We have been developing novel x-ray imaging technologies to improve tissue visualization and quantitative accuracy in CBCT. In this project, the postdoctoral fellow will be primarily responsible for the development of new image quality improvement algorithms and optimization of novel imaging hardware in our CBCT platform. Other responsibilities involve conducting CBCT imaging experiments and data analysis. Skills in one or more of the following areas are highly desired: • Physics of x-ray detectors/image sensors • Optimization and modeling of imaging systems • CT image reconstruction and data correction methods • Image processing algorithms A track record of peer-reviewed publications is required.||Cem Altunbas, firstname.lastname@example.org, (720) 848 0098|
|08/28/2020||Nutrition T32 - Nancy F. Krebs, MD (PI)||Research training in nutritional sciences for physician scientists, basic researchers, & behavioral scientists who are committed to prevention of disease and health promotion through careers in human nutrition.||This post-doctoral fellowship is based in a large academic medical center and seeks trainees with MD or PhD seeking an academic career in Nutrition-related research. Trainees develop skills to become independent investigators in a multi-disciplinary environment that includes mentors in basic and human lab-based research, behavioral sciences, epidemiology, health disparities, multi-omics omics (e.g. foodomics, epigenetics, gut microbiome, metabolomics) and implementation sciences.||Carolyn Doyle, Research Coordinator, 303-724-5850|
|08/18/2020||Keith Neeves, PhD||Our laboratory studies focuses on basic and translational studies of blood clotting related to genetic and acquired bleeding disorders and women's health.||This position is part of NIH sponsored project on structure-function relationships in platelets. Responsibilities will include designing, fabricating, testing, and implement a hydrogel platform to study the calcium dynamics of single platelets.||Keith Neeves, PhD, FAHA Professor Department of Bioengineering Department of Pediatrics, Section of Hematology, Oncology, and Bone Marrow Transplant University of Colorado Denver | Anschutz Medical Campus email@example.com neeveslab.com|
|08/18/2020||Keith Neeves, PhD||Our laboratory studies focuses on basic and translational studies of blood clotting related to genetic and acquired bleeding disorders and women's health.||This position is part of NIH sponsored project on the role of contraception in elevating risk of venous thromboembolism in women. Responsibilities will include measuring plasma proteomics, platelet phenotype, and genotyping women before and after starting contraception.||Keith Neeves, PhD, FAHA Professor Department of Bioengineering Department of Pediatrics, Section of Hematology, Oncology, and Bone Marrow Transplant University of Colorado Denver | Anschutz Medical Campus firstname.lastname@example.org neeveslab.com|