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In our academic department you will assist in the provision of high-quality medical physics and scientific support in radiotherapy. In this role, you will give expert advice to doctors and radiation technologists and improve patient ...
In our academic department you will assist in the provision of high-quality medical physics and scientific support in radiotherapy. In this role, you will give expert advice to doctors and radiation technologists and improve patient treatment in multi-disciplinary teams by the continuous development and implementation of new treatment techniques. In addition, you will contribute actively to the academic output of the department in terms of publications, acquired grants, and presentations at international meetings.
You are a licensed medical physicist (PhD) in Radiotherapy with a proven interest in innovation and scientific research. Hereby you have the ambition to improve your own field, the department, and yourself continuously. You are result driven and show initiative to enter research partnerships. Both verbal and written you have excellent communication skills (Dutch and English) and you have the ability to function as a team player in a dynamic, multidisciplinary environment. Candidates who are not proficient in Dutch are willing to learn the language. Experience with working in projects is an advantage. In addition to providing excellent medical physics support, you are expected to create your own research within the department strategic plan. In particular, we are interested to extend our research activities in the field of biology, big data and image analysis.
Being able to present a certificate of good conduct is a condition for the appointment.
A healthy population and excellence in healthcare through research and education. This is what Erasmus MC stands for. Conducting groundbreaking work, pushing boundaries and leading the way. In research, education, and healthcare. We are practical people with a high level of expertise, working hard to improve and renew the healthcare of today and the public health of tomorrow.
The Department of Radiotherapy of the Erasmus MC Cancer Institute is one of the largest Radiotherapy departments in Europe. On a yearly basis, more than 5.500 patients are treated for mainly oncological diseases. In 2018, the department will move to a new building with state-of-the-art radiotherapy equipment at Erasmus MC's central campus in Rotterdam. The department has an extensive and renowned research program in the field of high-precision adaptive radiotherapy, automated treatment plan optimization, robotic radiotherapy, molecular radiobiology, hyperthermia, and proton therapy. Together with LUMC and TU Delft, the department participates in HollandPTC. The division of Medical Physics has about 55 employees, including 13 medical physicists and 3 medical physicists in training.