MRI Physicist Research Associate

Imperial College London - Centre for Neuroinflammation and Neurodegeneration, Division of Brain Sciences, Department of Medicine

Campus: Charing Cross and Hammersmith Campuses

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a MRI Physicist Research Associate in the Neuroradiology Group within the Centre for Neuroinflammation and Neurodegeneration. The Centre is based within the Division of Brain Sciences, Department of Medicine at Imperial College London.

You will work on a Brain Tumour Charity/Brain Tumour Research Campaign funded project investigating early quantitative diffusion markers of therapeutic response in adult high grade brain glioma.  You will provide physics support and input to an existing multicentre diffusion imaging platform study (PI Professor Adam Waldman), and to other computational and quantitative neuro-oncology image analysis projects under supervision of the PI.

You should have a PhD, or equivalent, and proven skills and knowledge of clinical and research MRI in human subjects, quantitative imaging analysis, diffusion MRI acquisition and analysis. Experience of diffusion tensor imaging, multi-component diffusion analysis and/or multi-centre imaging would be an advantage.

For informal inquiries or questions please contact Professor Adam Waldman directly at

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