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Faculty Physician-Scientist
Faculty Physician-Scientist in the Division of Molecular Imaging and Therapeutics at the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) The UAB Department of Radiology is currently recruiting a physician-scientist with research experience in oncologic imaging and/or targeted radionuclide therapy. The successful candidate will have an MD or MD/PhD and a collaborative approach to their research projects. It is expected that the applicant will have a strong research vision and will support their program with NIH and other federal, foundation and/or industry support. The Department of Radiology consists of 96 faculty members, including 16 physicists and PhD researchers. The Division of Molecular Imaging and Therapeutics (MI&T) consists of seven clinical facu


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