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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

Researcher receives grant to study Haiti-American emergency preparedness

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first_imgResearcher Linda Marc has received a grant from the Harvard School of Public Health to examine public health and emergency preparedness in Haitian-Americans. Marc is based at the Center for Multicultural Mental Health Research at Cambridge Health Alliance, a Harvard-affiliated health system.The study will investigate how persons of Haitian ancestry in the U.S. are exposed to messages pertaining to public health emergencies, infectious disease outbreaks, and epidemics. It will be conducted in three U.S. cities (Boston, Miami, and New York), and Mg Marketing Research Services, a Haitian-owned company in New York, has been retained to identify, screen, and recruit Haitian participants…To read morelast_img read more

People don’t trust credit unions with ugly websites

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first_img 32SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr They say in relationships if you don’t have trust, you don’t have anything. This is good advice for anyone, but especially for credit unions. In your line of work, trust is essential. If you’re going to persuade potential members to choose you over bigger, more established banks, they have to trust you can take care of their money and their future. Trust is non-negotiable.The most obvious way to foster trust and build confidence is to actually be trustworthy. Consistent good behavior builds your reputation and helps you win more customers through word of mouth. But that’s not enough.On every channel, through every marketing channel, you should be communicating your trustworthiness. This includes your website, which is the face of your brand.  Nonmembers and members alike are going to interact with you more online than anywhere else. Your home page is where they will go first to find out more about you and your services. When they land on your credit union website design, they should feel welcome, at home, and safe in your hands. continue reading »last_img read more

Clippers’ Austin Rivers hopes to provide energy in return

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first_imgAustin Rivers acknowledged feeling heartbroken for Griffin when he found out about his teammate’s toe injury.“It’s hard to be mad or feel bad that I missed two or three weeks when I got my teammate Blake over here out 4 to 6 months,” Austin Rivers said. “That’s a real injury. Not to say mine’s not. But stuff like that puts everything in perspective.”Griffin is expected to have surgery on his right toe after meeting with a doctor on Tuesday. But he will be reevaluated at least two more times before making a definitive decision.“There’s no determination yet,” Doc Rivers said of Griffin’s likely surgery. “He’s had one (doctor’s visit), but he has to have several more. We’re not going to say anything until everything’s done.”Doc Rivers was more expansive on how his players reacted to Griffin’s injury.“You can feel the sting when they found out the news. They were bothered. They were hurt. I think they were more emotional than I had seen them,” Doc Rivers said. “It was more toward Blake, more feeling bad for him than even the team, which I thought was a really good thing for our group.” Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error LOS ANGELES >> Clippers guard Austin Rivers looked anxious as he laced up his shoes Tuesday night. He was about to warm up for Game 5 against the Utah Jazz at Staples Center, and he acknowledged feeling impatient in his first game since a left hamstring injury sidelined him for the previous 11 games.“I just want to have an impact, play hard and bring energy,” Rivers said beforehand. “All the things will come and lead to that. I’ve tried not to make it bigger than what it is.”Rivers, who averaged 12 points per game this season, acknowledged he “wanted to play last week,” but he was confined then to running drills. The Clippers cleared him after he spent the past four days completing a series of workouts. The Clippers welcomed Rivers’ return, and Jazz coach Quin Snyder called him a “unique player” before praising his 6-foot-4, 200-pound frame, quickness, ball handling and ability to finish.Clippers coach Doc Rivers still sounded unsure, though, what his son could provide on a playing time restriction off the bench that would exceed 12 minutes.center_img “I don’t know what Austin’s going to do honestly. He hasn’t played,” Clippers coach Doc Rivers said. “I don’t expect a lot. I’m hoping for a lot, but you don’t just miss games and show up and start playing. we need another body. That’s what he’s going to do for us.”Austin Rivers returned shortly after the Clippers ruled forward Blake Griffin out for the rest of the playoffs after injuring his right toe in Game 3. Doc Rivers also welcomed his son’s return because of his ability to attack the basket.With Austin not playing since March 29, he predicted he would feel “winded” before noting he worked out in Salt Lake City, where the altitude is higher. But Austin added he did not feel he needed to pace himself.“I don’t know any other way. If i try to be someone else, I’m not going to be effective,” Austin Rivers said. “I would never play just to play. I would only play if I knew i could give it my best and play hard.”What up, Doc?last_img read more

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