The Postdoctoral Research Fellow must have a strong optical background in the fields of geometrical optics, optical imaging theory, fiber optics and biomedical optics. Since the study involves hardware design, development, and delicate implementation, the Postdoctoral Research Fellow is expected to have an excellent ability to design optical system and to pay close attention to the details and its environment. Also, it is critical to have good communication skills to achieve the research objective in the most direct and efficient way. While clinical background is not needed, the ideal candidate will be self-motivated and eager to learn basic, translational, and clinical research as well as new imaging technologies.
A Post-Doctoral Research Fellow is an MD or Ph.D. in a scientific discipline. Post-Doctoral Research Fellows may provide clinical and/or scientific services, according to their level of responsibility, under the supervision of the Principal Investigator with the common goal of accelerating the development of new technologies and treatments in assigned area.
Education: MD or Ph.D. in a scientific discipline. At a minimum the individual must have documentation they have completed all of the course work, research, and thesis preparation and acceptance necessary to receive their degree. This recognizes that granting institutions (universities) only present degrees on a periodic schedule.
Skills: Excellent communication, organizational and time management skills. Ability to work independently.
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