Hong Kong Polytechnic University Medical Physics Project Recruiting Post-Doctors and Research Assistants

The Medical Physics Project Group of the Department of Medical Technology and Information Sciences of the Hong Kong Polytechnic University intends to recruit 6-8 researchers. Aspiring talents are welcome to apply.

Post-doctoral Fellowship
: Internationally competitive, one person, one discussion
Research Assistant
• Salary: 14,000-20,000 Hong Kong dollars/month

Work start time: year- round recruitment, you can apply

Working life: 1-2 years

Application materials: personal Resume, other supporting materials

Contact information: [email protected]; [email protected] Application

1. Domestic and foreign universities or research institutes, majoring in physics, engineering, computer, etc.
2. Post-doctoral requirements for doctoral graduation, Research assistant requires a master’s or bachelor’s degree
. 3. Strong scientific research interest in medical technology, tumor radiotherapy, medical imaging, artificial intelligence, and data processing
. 4. Good English writing and expression skills, good scientific research ethics, independent scientific research ability and teamwork Psychological

research direction
1. Image-guided radiotherapy: multi-modal medical imaging, especially nuclear magnetic imaging, technology development and clinical application in tumor radiotherapy. Including four-dimensional MRI technology, MRI fingerprint technology, image synthesis technology, multi-dimensional image fusion technology, functional image-guided radiotherapy and efficacy evaluation.
2. Artificial intelligence radiotherapy: the technology research and development and clinical application of machine learning in all aspects of radiotherapy. Including imaging omics, smart wearable devices, smart radiotherapy procedures, and big data to support clinical decision-making and efficacy prediction.

Cooperation tutor
Professor Cai Jing, tenured professor, doctoral supervisor, director of the medical physics project, certified member of the American Board of Radiology, and fellow of the American Medical Physics Association. He graduated with a Ph.D. from the University of Virginia in 2006 and worked at Duke University from 2009 to 2017. Currently (previously) serving as the editorial board/associate editor of many journals in the field (Red Skin Journal, Journal of Medical Physics, Journal of Applied Clinical Medicine Physics, Frontiers of Oncology, Radiation Protection and Medicine, Chinese Radiology and Protection, etc.). Presided over more than 30 scientific research funds (US NIH R01/R21, Hong Kong GRF/HMRF/ITSP, etc.), and published more than 100 SCI papers.

Li Tian Research Assistant Professor, member of the medical physics team. From 2016 to 2018, he worked as a medical physicist in the Department of Radiotherapy of Peking University Cancer Hospital.

Team Fund Project The
Medical Physics Project of Hong Kong Polytechnic University provides research opportunities for various researchers. Key research directions include image-guided radiotherapy, 4D imaging, nuclear magnetic imaging, adaptive radiotherapy, image processing and analysis, artificial intelligence and big data analysis, etc.
PolyU’s medical physics research team currently has more than 20 full-time researchers (postdoctoral, doctoral students, research assistants) and more than 10 part-time researchers.
The current research projects undertaken include more than 10 NIH R01, GRF, HMRF, ITSP, HK Scholar Program, etc., with a total funding of approximately 30 million Hong Kong dollars. Some of the projects are as follows:
• Intelligent Management of Chemo-radiotherapy-induced Clinical and Social Effects of Locoregionally Advanced Nasopharyngeal Carcinoma Cancer Patients
• Artificial Intelligence-assisted Pulmonary Function Mapping for Functionally Guided Lung Cancer Radiotherapy
• AI-empowered chest X-ray and CT quantitative analysis for COVID-19 patient management
• Investigation of a Novel Deep Learning-based Pulmonary Ventilation Imaging Method for Lung Cancer Functional Avoidance Radiotherapy
• Development of A Patient Stratification Software Tool for Identifying Nasopharyngeal Carcinoma Patients for Adaptive Radiation Therapy
• A Novel Magnetic Resonance Fingerprinting–Based Radiotherapy Treatment Planning Framework for Abdominal Cancers
• Toward precision radiotherapy: Physiological modeling of respiratory motion based on ultra-quality 4D-MRI
• Evaluation of 4D Diffusion-weighted MRI (4D-DWI) for Stereotactic Body Radiation Therapy (SBRT) of Abdominal Cancers in a Pilot Clinical Trial
• Ultra-quality 4D-MRI for Stereotactic Body Radiation Therapy of Liver Cancer
• Development of a Novel Hybrid, Physiologically Optimized Deformable Image Registration Method for Advanced Radiotherapy

[Master’s Program Admissions] The
Hong Kong Polytechnic University’s Master of Science in Medical Physics (2021 fall semester) is now open Application
Master program details: Hong Kong Polytechnic University Medical Physics Master Program Admissions
If you are interested, please contact Miss. Julia Yeung: [email protected]
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