Research Fellow in Biomedical Ultrasound at UCL
Closing date for applications: 18 October 2020
The Biomedical Ultrasound Group at University College London (UCL) was formed in 2013 to bring together researchers in acoustics, medical physics, and computer science with doctors and front-line users in medicine and the life sciences (http://bug.medphys.ucl.ac.uk). The group currently comprises twelve full-time research staff, with expertise and active research extending from physical acoustics and numerical modelling, through to ultrasound metrology, ultrasonic and optical instrumentation, and in vivo experimentation.
Some of the duties and responsibilities in the role are to prepare and present findings of research activity to colleagues, interested parties and at appropriate conferences and to contribute to the drafting and submitting of papers to appropriate peer reviewed journals, and of drafting research bids and proposals.
This role is funded until 30th April 2022 on first instance.
Key requirements for the role include: PhD or equivalent experience in acoustics, physics, engineering, or a related subject. Knowledge of acoustics and/or ultrasound physics. Demonstrable evidence of practical skills in physics and/or engineering. Please see the full list of requirements on the JD attached.
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If you have any queries regarding the vacancy or the application process, please contact Elly Martin, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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