Postdoctoral fellow in optical imaging at JHU
- Johns Hopkins University
- Location: Baltimore, MD
- Job Number: 7077788
- Posting Date: Apr 30, 2021
- Application Deadline: Open Until Filled
Job DescriptionDescription: We are seeking candidates for two postdoctoral positions on cutting-edge 3D imaging projects funded by NIH. The first position focuses on visible light optical coherence tomography (vis-OCT), a new ophthalmic imaging technique that offers ultrahigh depth resolution, capillary-level oximetry, and rich retinal scattering spectroscopy. The second position focuses mesoscopic oblique plane microscopy, and/or oblique scanning laser ophthalmoscopy (oSLO). The candidates will learn and be responsible for the end-to-end design of device, imaging, and data processing. We expect the candidates to be motivated and productive, and are committed to propel the candidates’ academic career. The position is open starting from May 2021, until filled.
Requirement: The positions will require PhD degree on relevant scientific disciplines, for example, electrical engineering, biomedical engineering, computer science etc. Candidates with experiences on electronics, ophthalmic imaging, optical coherence tomography, adaptive optics, and optical microscopy will be highly competitive. Although we emphasize hand-on experimental experiments, strong background on deep learning computation on image processing will also be preferentially considered.
Environment: Would-renowned, top-notch academic environment and research collaboration at JHU is a must-see and the key to success. Both Wilmer Eye Institute and Biomedical engineering are leaders in their field in the country (ranked #1). Our lab is located in Smith Building, one of the newest and most modern buildings in the medical campus. The open and collaborative environment is exciting, and offers broad interdisciplinary interactions with basic and clinical scientists.
About us: Our lab has a strong track record of technical innovations. We emphasize the physical principle and design of the imaging, as well as the practical applications. We are committed to support candidates to be independent and successful in their academic career.
Contact: Please send inquiry and CV to the PI (Ji Yi) at email@example.com. www.yilab.org for more info.