Actinium Pharmaceuticals, Inc. is a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company developing ARC’s or Antibody Radiation-Conjugates, which combine the targeting ability of antibodies with the cell killing ability of radiation.
Advanced Molecular Imaging and Therapy
Invicro, a Konica Minolta company, is a global research partner to pharmaceutical, biotech, and contract research organizations. Invicro helps to enhance the discovery and development of life-changing drugs. They answer questions that support more timely and accurate decision-making throughout the development process, from pre-clinical research to late-stage trials.
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Postdoctoral fellow positions are available at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Department of Pediatrics in the laboratory of Dr. Sanjay Jain, M.D. We are looking for a qualified and creative scientist with interest in working in infectious diseases, to join a multidisciplinary group working in the cutting-edge area of exploring noninvasive molecular imaging. Our lab research centers around the intersections of infection microbiology, characterization of the host’s immune response, optimizing antibiotic treatments (PK/PD), and developing new PET-based imaging tools. Position 1; Position 2
MD Anderson Cancer Center
The Contrast Agent Molecular Engineering Laboratory (CAMEL), led by Dr. Marty Pagel, seeks candidates for multiple Postdoctoral Research Associate positions. Consideration will also be given to candidates for a related position as a Research Staff member or non-tenure track Instructor or Research Assistant Professor. More details
Michigan State University
Working at the intersection of chemistry, physics, and biology, Dr. Shapiro’s laboratory has three main cores: developing novel nanoparticle contrast agents for MRI and CT; using molecular and cellular imaging for monitoring cell migration, such as after stem cell transplant; and using targeted contrast agents to detect specific molecular epitopes, such as in cancer. Job posting 1; Job posting 2
MILabs is one of the global leaders in molecular imaging with the development of high-performance preclinical micro-PET, micro-SPECT, micro-CT, and Optical Tomography systems as well as human high-resolution SPECT. These imaging systems have received many international awards from the physics and molecular imaging community. Currently, MILabs’ imaging devices support the research of hundreds of satisfied users worldwide at universities and pharmaceutical companies. More details
MOLECUBES is an exciting 20-head scale-up based in Ghent. We are pushing the field of preclinical research to new horizons and contribute to cures for diseases such as cancer and Alzheimer’s disease. We do so by building preclinical imagers, CUBES, allowing researchers to perform high-quality SPECT/CT and PET/CT studies without complex system handling and with very limited lab space requirements. More details
National Cancer Institute / National Institutes of Health (NIH)
A Postdoctoral Fellowship position is available in the Targeted Radionuclide Therapy Section of the Molecular Imaging Branch (https://ccr.cancer.gov/molecular-imaging-branch) of the Center for Cancer Research (CCR), National Cancer Institute (NCI), National Institutes of Health (NIH). The successful candidate will join a team of researchers whose goal is to develop targeted imaging and theranostic agents and methods that improve the management of cancer. The MIB is focused on the development and translation of in vivo molecular imaging and theranostic agents for early detection, monitoring, and therapy. More details
Spectral Instruments Imaging
University of California, San Francisco
We are seeking to appoint a Postdoctoral Research Associate with a background in imaging science, chemical biology, cancer biology, magnetic resonance, or chemistry to undertake research in novel molecular imaging and theranostic probe development. The work will be undertaken in the laboratory of Robert Flavell at the state-of-the-art China Basin and Mission Bay campuses of UCSF. The focus of the research is on the development of novel molecular imaging probes, including magnetic resonance imaging probes using hyperpolarized 13C imaging, and theranostic probes for PET imaging and radionuclide therapy. More details
University of Missouri
The University of Missouri is expanding and searching for a full-time Clinician Scientist with clinical expertise in either Radiation Oncology or Nuclear Medicine and research expertise in theranostics or novel radiopharmaceutical development or testing. With the largest University research reactor in the US (MURR) producing Iodine-131, Lutetium-177 and the new wave of beta-emitting radionuclides and new infrastructure for pre-clinical and human imaging, MU is seeking a clinician-scientist in the field of nuclear medicine or radiation oncology to translate novel theranostics developed by world-class radiochemists, biochemists, and veterinary oncologists into first-in-human and beyond studies. More details
University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center (UTSW)
The neuroimaging laboratory of Dr. Nan Li at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center (UTSW) invites applications for several postdoctoral researcher positions. The N-LAB starts in April 2021 at the Advanced Imaging Research Center (AIRC), the Department of Neuroscience, and the O’Donnel Brain Institute at UTSW. Our mission is to develop novel molecular functional MRI methods to integrate molecular and system neuroscience and solve brain science problems. We are specifically interested in understanding the neural mechanisms of reward, decision, and motivation in rodent brains. With strong support from AIRC, the lab can access the most state-of-art resources for the preclinical small animal scanners (9.4T, 7T, 3T), PET, SPECT, and other imaging modalities.
In order to bring the best possible virtual networking experience to you, this event will be hosted on Remo. This platform allows for video calls with those seated at a given table.
You may register for the Career Fair here. Please check the email you have used to register for your link to the Remo event and detailed instructions on how to join.
Your Remo profile: Select “My Profile” from the drop-down on the upper right side of the screen. This will function as your virtual business card. Edit your information to include your name, organization, professional headshot and any social networking profiles you wish to provide.
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Upon joining the event, you will be placed at a random table in the lobby (floor 1). You can change tables by double-clicking on any table with open seats.
Floor 1: once you are in the Remo event, we suggest turning on your camera and microphone.
All employers have at least one assigned table. The table name will be designated by the Employer Organization.
Networking: We strongly encourage attendees waiting for an open spot at an exhibitor table to visit another employer table and grow your professional network with others involved in the WMIS and EPMI!
Will I be able to share my resume or CV with exhibitors?
In order to share your resume or CV with our exhibitors, you will need to apply directly to the position on the WMIS Job Board
Am I required to have a resume or CV to attend the event?
No, you are free to talk with all attendees and learn about open positions whether or not you have a resume or CV.
Will Employer table discussions be timed?
Yes. You will be reminded to circulate every 15 minutes to ensure that everyone can visit the exhibitor tables that they are interested in, although we encourage you to circulate more frequently. The employers will remain at their tables for the duration of the event.
Can we use a virtual background?
Yes, but it is not recommended. It will require additional CPU and may cause your system to run slower. See this Remo help article for more information.
How can we message other event attendees?
There is a chat feature on the right-hand side of the screen. You can message all attendees, or search for a specific person.
What should I do while waiting for the employer tables to open up?
You can visit other employer tables, or network with other event attendees at a designated networking tables.
Will the discussions be recorded?
No, this event is purely focused on employer-attendee discussions and networking.
Where are the employers located?
All employer tables are located on floors 2 of the Remo event. You can switch floors by selecting the floor number on the left side of the floorplan.
How can I connect wih employers and other event attendees?
Remo offers you the option to create a profile or virtual business card. Be sure to complete this by clicking on your icon at the top right corner of the screen and selecting “My Profile”. You can view the profile of others by clicking on their icon at the table and connect on LinkedIn if the link was provided on their profile. Also, feel free to exchange contact information with other attendees at the networking tables.
The mission of the EPMI Interest Group is to create an inclusive community of early professionals in the field of molecular imaging that serve to foster the career development of its members and advocates on their behalf within the greater WMIS
The goals of the interest group are:
- To collaborate with other interest groups of the WMIS to offer year-round content to engage EPMI members
- To offer global networking opportunities for young scientists to engage one another and senior professionals
- To act as a conduit to facilitate career opportunities for young molecular imaging scientists
If you are interested in becoming more involved with the EPMI Interest Group, please reach out to the current Chair, Jacob Houghton, and Vice-Chair, Kiel Neumann.