Rutgers Radiation Research

 

We are hiring!

 

The Department of Radiology at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School invites applications for a tenure-track faculty appointment at the rank of Assistant Professor. The appointee is expected to develop an externally funded and internationally recognized research program in the radiological sciences, provide instruction in the graduate school and radiology residency program, mentor MS and PhD students, and serve on departmental and institutional committees. The department seeks candidates conducting research that complements existing research programs and synergizes with faculty in the Cancer Center and Center for Immunity and Inflammation. We offer an attractive recruitment package, active graduate and post-doctoral training programs, and a vigorous scientific environment at the Rutgers University campus that is dedicated to the medical sciences. Applicants must have a Ph.D. and/or M.D. degree. Candidates funded by NIH or comparable agencies will receive priority.

Applications should contain the following information:

(1) Cover letter addressed to Sohail Contractor, MD, Chairman, Department of Radiology, Rutgers New Jersey Medical School, 150 Bergen Street, UH Suite C-318 A, Newark, NJ 07103.

(2) Curriculum vitae.

(3) Short research summary.

(4) Contact information for three references.

Email complete package to: 

To:  Julie Chapman-Greene <chapmaje@njms.rutgers.edu>

Cc:  Roger W Howell <rhowell@rutgers.edu>

Candidates are invited to learn about us at the following web pages:

Division of Radiation Research

Cancer Center                                          

Center for Immunity and Inflammation

 

 

 

 

Dedicated to research, teaching, and service in the radiological sciences.

 


 

Edouard Azzam


History of Radiation Research at Rutgers NJMS

 


 

Radium Dial PaintersHarrison S. Martland's Research Proved that Ra-226 Caused Death of the Radium Dial Painters


Dr. Martland determined that minute traces of radioactivity contained in luminous paint had caused the deaths of watch dial painters employed at the US Radium Corporation in Orange, NJ.  Read more.

 

 

 

 

 

News & Events at Radiation Research

 


 

Edouard Azzam receives Research Excellence Award (2016).

Jason Domogauer and Nick Colangelo receive ICRR travel awards (May 2015).

Nick Colangelo receives NCRP travel award to attend the annual meeting (March 2015).

Calvin Leung receives NJCCR pre-doctoral fellowship (May 2015).

Roger Howell elected to the International Commission on Radiation Units and Measurements (June 2014).

 

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Books & Covers

 



Neti and Howell MIRD Cellular S Values
Biophysical Aspects of Auger Processes