UT Health Assistant Professor of Research - Internal Medicine, Cardiology in Houston, Texas
Assistant Professor of Research - Internal Medicine, Cardiology
# Hours Per Week
McGovern Medical School
Internal Medicine, Cardiology
The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston - McGovern Medical School invites applicants for one full time position at the Assistant Professor of Research level in the Division of Internal Medicine, Cardiology.
Additional Summary Specific to Job
Responsibilities will include helping with basic Cardiology research with Dr. David D. McPherson as well as developing image processing for using finite element and flow. The chosen candidate will provide engineering expertise for the McPherson lab and the division of Cardiology. They will also be developing an independent line of research in cardiovascular image processing that would allow for external funding and progress.
Candidate must have a PHD.
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Commensurate with experience
This position works with Houston Independent School District (H.I.S.D.) students.
This position works with minors under the age of 18 years.
This position will be working in a laboratory or clinic
This position will use radiation sources
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