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The MRI Physicist provides clinical medical physics support to the Magnetic Resonance Imaging Division. This support consists of providing technical expertise in the safe and efficacious use of MRI imaging techniques and an MRI safety program. This includes American College of Radiology (ACR) annual quality testing, MR physics education for resident board preparation, MR safety expert (MRSE) support for clinical cases, implementation of new MR applications and techniques, and development of an MR simulation program in collaboration with Radiation Oncology. This will involve regular collaboration with radiologists and MR technologists and medical physicists in diagnostic and therapeutic roles. The successful candidate will chair/contribute to the MR Safety and MR Quality Assurance committees.
The MRI Physicist supports the teaching and research missions of the University of Vermont by participating in resident education and clinical research activities within the Department of Radiology.
A PhD in medical physics, imaging science, or other relevant physical or engineering science and at least 3 years of clinical experience are required. Certified in Diagnostic Radiological Physics or Radiological Physics by the American Board of Radiology; in Diagnostic Imaging Physics or Magnetic Resonance Imaging Physics by the American Board of Medical Physics; or in Diagnostic Radiology Physics or Magnetic Resonance Imaging Physics by the Canadian College of Physicists in Medicine. Board certifications in magnetic resonance subspecialties preferred.
American Board of Magnetic Resonance Safety (ABMRS) MRSE or MRSO certification must be obtained within 1 year of the date of hire.
Minimum of 3 years clinical experience
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