VisionScienceList: postdoctoral positions at the University of Pennsylvania

From: James Gee (
Date: Thu Sep 13 2001 - 13:35:00 PDT

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    Postdoctoral opportunities for interdisciplinary research in all
    methodologic areas of image processing and analysis in biomedicine are
    currently available at the Departments of Radiology and Computer and
    Information Science, University of Pennsylvania. Potential projects span a
    wide spectrum of theoretical and clinical research, including image
    registration and segmentation; pattern analysis; morphometry; diffusion
    tensor image processing; and imaging studies of brain structure and
    function. These programs are supported by a variety of sources such as the
    NIH and Insightful, Corp.

    The work will be conducted at the Department of Radiology and at the GRASP
    Laboratory, one of the premier multi-disciplinary research centers focusing
    on robotics and control, computer vision and active sensory perception, and
    design and automation. The Department of Radiology is an international
    leader in all of the clinical and research sections represented as well as
    in techniques previously pioneered at Penn. Since 1990, the Department has
    held the number one ranking nationally in number and dollars of NIH research
    grants awarded-a status that has continued in this academic year.

    Candidates should have a Ph.D. in the computer or engineering sciences,
    physics, or applied mathematics, and possess strong programming skills. To
    apply, please send a cover letter outlining research interests, a resume or
    curriculum vitae, and contact information of three references to:

    James C. Gee, Ph.D.
    GRASP Laboratory
    University of Pennsylvania
    3401 Walnut Street, Suite 301C
    Philadelphia, PA 19104, USA
    +1 (215) 662 7109 (Phone)
    +1 (215) 349 8552 (Fax)

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