Imaging Fellow Position at Medical College of Wisconsin

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The Advanced Ocular Imaging Program at the Medical College of Wisconsin has an opening for a retinal imaging fellow, ideal for anyone who may have come up short in the Match this year or any post-residency ophthalmologists.

What are the duties of the retinal imaging fellow?
The research opportunities are varied within the field of retinal imaging. You'll have access to an assortment of cutting-edge tools, including adaptive optics. Duties include assisting in acquiring images, patient recruitment, image processing, image analysis, etc. Of course, as the projects approach publication, you'll be expected to contribute to, or even lead, this process. You will work primarily under the supervision of Joseph Carroll, PhD, Alfredo Dubra, PhD & Dennis Han, MD.

Are there opportunities for clinical exposure?
Yes, depending on your interest. In many cases, you will also work closely with the clinical faculty to help recruit patients for your research studies.

Is the position paid?
Yes, the fellow is a paid employee of the Medical College of Wisconsin. A reasonable salary and employee health benefits are provided.

How many positions are available?
One fellow is selected each year.

How do I apply?
Send you application to Joseph Carroll ([email protected]). Include a current CV, names of 2 references, a short statement of research experience, and a short statement of research interests.

Who will be considered for the fellowship?
Although our past fellow was post-residency, pre-residency fellows in ophthalmology are also welcome to apply. No preference is given to any specific group
. Foreign Medical Graduates are encouraged to apply.

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