PhD Position in MRI Physics and Methodology (100%)
Our research is focused on the fundamentals of magnetic resonance physics, and on the development of dedicated MR methods and on data post-processing methods for applications in the field of biophysical, biochemical, and clinical sciences. Currently, we are seeking a PhD candidate to join our research team for the development of new rapid multi-parametric magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) sequences with a special focus on tissue relaxometry using rapid steady-state free precession sequence prototyping.
- You will conduct state-of-the-art research in MRI physics and methodology
- You will develop, design and implement new MRI methods with a special focus on rapid multi-parametric tissue relaxometry.
- You will perform tissue signal analysis and quantification using configuration theory, numerical simulations and image data post-processing methods.
- Master's degree in Physics or related area
- Experience in Matlab/Python and C++
- Experience in MRI may be advantageous but is not required
- Good analytical and conceptual skills
- Fluency in English
We offer you
- Interesting and challenging job with high degree of self-responsibility in a professional environment with flexible working hours
- Dedicated MRI research environment and state-of-the-art MRI System
- Interdisciplinary working Environment
- The PhD position is fully funded for a maximum of 4 years in line with employment conditions established by the Swiss National Science Foundation.
For any further Information please contact Prof. Dr. Oliver Bieri (oliver.bieri[at]unibas.ch).
Please send your CV and your application to the same email.
For information about the group and our research activities, please visit our websites