A variety of educational and research opportunities are available within the section in various positions - including, for example, as research assistants, programmers, and postdoctoral fellows. Please contact individual section faculty members matching your interests to inquire about career opportunities.
The Yale PET Center, a state of the art PET facility, has an opening in the Chemistry group at the rank of Associate Research Scientist. Primary duties include design, synthesis and evaluation of novel PET radioligands; participation in PET imaging experiments; and production, quality control and analysis of established PET radiopharmaceuticals. Qualified candidates should have a Ph.D. in chemistry with strong background and experience in organic synthesis and experience in PET radiochemistry, knowledge in the principles of biology, pharmacology and pharmacokinetics as applied to PET imaging agent development, excellent English speaking and writing capability, and the potential to move up the academic rank.
General Purpose: The NISTP trains scientists in technological aspects of data acquisition and analyses, clinical and biological fundamentals in areas of interest to each trainee, development of research proposals, and generation of documentation to navigate today’s administrative requirements for imaging research.
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