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Clinical Director, Cancer Imaging Program

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first_imgThe Department of Diagnostic Radiology & Nuclear Medicine, inconjunction with the University of MarylandMarlene & Stewart Greenebaum Comprehensive Cancer Center(UMGCCC) at the University of Maryland School of Medicine isrecruiting for an outstanding M.D. or M.D/Ph.D. cancer imagingspecialist (Associate to Full Professor level) who has an activefederally-funded research program to head the UMGCCC Cancer ImagingProgram. Primary appointment will be within the Department ofDiagnostic Radiology & Nuclear Medicine.This Cancer Imaging Program is a newly formed developing programthat will complement five other well-established programs offeredunder the UMGCCC. The successful candidate is expected to have aproductive and funded research program focused on cancer imaging.Upon hire, in addition to establishing their own research program,the candidate is expected to participate in and initiate imagingrelated clinical trials, collaborate with researchers within theimaging program and other active programs within the UMGCCC, mentorstudents, post-doctoral associates and/or physician scientists,present their work at national meetings, and publish in high-impactjournals. The appointee will provide leadership to the CancerImaging Program and create an environment that fosterscollaborations between investigators from various cancer researchprograms and fosters translational clinical research. The incumbentcandidate along with his/her co-leader from basic sciences willwork closely with the Director and the Associate Director of UMGCCCto formulate organizational structure of the Cancer ImagingProgram. The position will also have some clinical and teachingresponsibilities and the successful candidate will need anunwavering commitment to clinical excellence, innovation, andeducation. ABR certification and the ability to obtain Marylandstate license are required. Competitive start-up and salary packagewill be provided and will be commensurate with experience.The successful candidate will join a rapidly growing researchprogram within the Department of Diagnostic Radiology & NuclearMedicine in various areas. These include molecular imaging,hyperpolarized MR imaging, MR guided Focused Ultrasound (MRgFUS),interventional imaging and development of quantitative imagingmarkers. Clinical research is a main focus of the department withactive research in all divisions within radiology using state ofthe art imaging technologies. Recently thedepartment became the Focused Ultrasound Foundation Center ofExcellence based on significant contributions made towardstranslating MRgFUS to treat essential tremors, Parkinson’s disease,neuropathic pain and very recently were successful in creatingblood brain barrier disruption for delivering nanoparticles. Theclinical radiology program, particularly the neuro, chest, body andmusculoskeletal programs provides strong support for all clinicalresearch initiated within UMGCCC .Qualifications :For immediate consideration, please apply online and send a coverletter and a recent CV, including names and contact information ofthree references to the following link: Clinical Director, Cancerimaging ProgramFor additional questions after submitting application, please [email protected] is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. Allqualified applicants will receive consideration for employmentwithout regard to sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, race,color, religion, national origin, disability, protected Veteranstatus, age, or any other characteristic protected by law orpolicy. We value diversity and how it enriches our academic andscientific community and strive toward cultivating an inclusiveenvironment that supports all employees.last_img read more

Turkish GP driver ratings: Experience pays for Lewis Hamilton, Sergio Perez, Sebastian Vettel

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first_imgQualified 2nd, Finished 6thUltimately this just wasn’t Max Verstappen and Red Bull’s weekend. Sixth place was a shame for the both the Dutchman and Red Bull given he had set the pace in the dry and the wet up to Saturday’s pole shootout, when his shot at P1 on a day Mercedes were nowhere slipped away on the intermediate tyres. Still, a front-row start meant he stayed right in the picture although, as it turned out, starting on the other side of the grid in third would have been more beneficial.Was swamped at the lights, but recovered some of the lost ground further around the first lap to run fourth behind Vettel, where he stayed until running three laps longer on his full wets compared to the Ferrari’s fresh intermediates. Six laps later and it was all looking rather promising. Verstappen was right on Perez’s trail for second and within 10s of Stroll’s lead with more than a third of the race to go. But then the front of his Red Bull washed out following the second-placed Racing Point and sent the Red Bull into a lurid spin. Game over for the victory, with an emergency stop for new tyres required. Verstappen had a later spin en-route to that sixth-place finish.Rating out of 10: 7.5

Teofimo Lopez wins tough decision over Masoyoshi Nakatani to earn title shot

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first_imgTeofimo Lopez entered his IBF title eliminator with Masoyoshi Nakatina at the MGM National Harbor in Oxon Hill, Maryland expecting to take care of business in short order. Instead, Lopez found an opponent who refused to roll over and gave him a more challenging fight than the wide scores indicated. But at the end of the day, Lopez got the job done to win a tough, gritty affair by unanimous decision (118-110, 118-110, 119-109) to become the No. 1 contender for the IBF title and will face champion Richard Commey next. “We’re gonna fight Richard Commey, and after that, we’re getting all four belts (versus) Lomachenko,” Lopez said. “Horrible,” Lopez said of his performance in his post-fight interview. “But it is what is. The guy’s tall. From this point on, we’re only fighting guys with my height.”Join DAZN and watch more than 100 fight nights a yearNakatani (18-1, 12 KOs) controlled the early rounds with the jab to keep Lopez from opening up with his explosive offense.The tide of the fight shifted for Lopez (14-0, 11 KOs) in the fourth round when Lopez’s started to show he was the quicker fighter of the two with his foot speed and throwing the quicker punches including wobbling Nakatani in the round with a short right hand followed by a left hook.For the remainder of the fight, Lopez continued to find openings in Nakatani’s defense and persisted with his attack, but Nakatani stayed composed and didn’t veer too far from what he did in the beginning. There was a moment in the 10th round where Nakatani got the better of an exchange and caught Lopez with a hard combination. Whether Lopez realizes it or not, winning a bout like this is good for him. It shows he can go 12 rounds and, in the process, he learned that every guy isn’t going to crumble to his power shots. The 21-year-old could have gotten frustrated. He stayed within himself and gets a chance to become a world champion and inch another step closer to what he really wants, a shot at Vasiliy Lomachenko.last_img read more

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