Job position at Ohio University Hospital, Cleveland, OH. Deadline is on

Chief Physicist- Research & Academics

Research and Academics

Job summary
The Chief Physicist for Radiation Oncology Research position will primarily focus on advancing the academic efforts of the Department of Radiation Oncology. This individual will have general oversight and support responsibilities for the research and teaching activities of Radiation Oncology Physics, and is expected to participate in and support Radiation Oncology and UH Seidman Cancer Center in several other areas including, but not limited to the following. Support all academic aspects and research projects for the Radiation Oncology Department, with particular emphasis on the Physics program. Develop and lead a strategic portfolio of research activities related to radiation physics including overseeing grant writing and other academic, laboratory funding initiatives. Assist in the selection process for Radiation Oncology researchers and physics residents. Participate in teaching, supervision of radiation physics residents and medical residents. Advises and mentors junior physicists on research opportunities and promotes publications, grant submissions, regional and national abstract presentations and other academic activities. Help recruit and retain outstanding researchers, both within the physics division and other aspects of the Department of Radiation Oncology. Serves as a resource to the Chair and medical faculty for reviewing radiation protocols, investigator initiated and national NRG clinical trials. Advise the Chair, medical faculty, and administration on evaluation of and investment in new technology initiatives in radiation oncology. Provide clinical physics services in one or more service lines in radiation oncology, based upon his, her interest and discussion with the Department Chair.


PhD degree required, minimum 10 years of experience in relevant research and Radiation Oncology. Certified by American Board of Radiology in Medical Physics.
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