International Fellowship in Translational Biomedical Imaging—call for applications

International Fellowship in Translational Biomedical Imaging—call for applications
The Madrid-MIT M+Vision Consortium, a new multi-institutional venture in translational biomedical imaging research, is seeking exceptional emerging talent from all over the world for the M+Vision Fellowship. Leveraging the resources of two great research communities, Madrid and Boston, the fellowship experience is multidisciplinary, flexible, and focused on important problems, with research projects formulated by the Fellows. Components include: short courses in medicine, imaging technology, and business; a lecture series by world-renowned leaders in imaging science; rotations in clinical departments; and idea generation mentorship. Fellows receive a generous stipend and travel expenses to cover a summer of structured learning experiences in Madrid, followed by a semester in Boston developing a research direction, and the launch of a research project (1-2 years in duration or longer) with the potential for global impact. To be eligible, candidates must have: MD, PhD, or 5+ years of work past a Bachelor’s degree; experience in some aspect of biomedical imaging; and English fluency. Applications due January 16, 2012. Fellowship begins July 1, 2012. For more information please visit http://mvision.madrid.org/apply

Beverly J. Freeman
bfreeman@rle.mit.edu
Major Programs Coordinator
MIT Research Laboratory of Electronics
617-324-2877
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