Research Program E: Imaging and Radiooncology


Below you will find DKFZ divisions and research groups of the Research Program Imaging and Radiooncology who are interested in recruiting Postdocs within the 2018 DKFZ Postdoctoral Fellowships Selection.

Please note that this is not an exhaustive list and new groups are continously added.

You may also contact the principal investigator of the DKFZ research group of your choice directly to discuss about current possibilities. More information about hiring labs can be found below and descriptions of DKFZ research programs via the general topic locator.

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Medical Physics in Radiology – Prof. Dr. Mark Ladd



The Division of Medical Physics in Radiology plays a pivotal role in developing new and optimizing existing methods for all imaging-based diagnostic and therapeutic procedures. We are working on new methodology for magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), positron emission tomography (PET), and optical imaging. We are also developing new targeted contrast agents that enable the monitoring of molecular processes in vivo. We are working on projects involving new image acquisition or reconstruction methodologies, and we develop innovative hardware components and perform numerical simulations to optimize designs and ensure safe use.


Please visit our website for further information on our research and recent publications.


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