Academic Staff Vacancies

Ultra High Field Facility Fellow

The successful appointee will lead the advancement and promotion of ultra-high field MRI at UQ, particularly focusing on the human 7T MRI facility at the Centre for Advanced Imaging. In addition to developing and leading independent research projects to enhance the capabilities of the Centre, the Ultra High Field Facility Fellow is expected to provide MR imaging expertise on a collaborative and consultative basis to local and external users of the 7T MRI facility.
Applicants should possess a PhD in the area of magnetic resonance, medical physics or biomedical science and be able to demonstrate expert level knowledge in the area of magnetic resonance imaging. You should have a strong desire to develop a successful and highly-productive research career in this space, exceptional general research skills, a strong methodological background, excellent statistical and analytic skills, very good writing abilities, and the capacity to work with multidisciplinary research teams. You will have extensive experience engaging with university, industry, government and professional bodies to establish positive relationships that promote the field.

This is a full-time, 5-year fixed term appointment at Academic level C or D based on the successful applicant’s experience.
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PHD Scholarships for the ARC Training Centre for Innovation in Biomedical Imaging Technology

The Australian Research Council Training Centre for Innovation in Biomedical Imaging Technology (CIBIT) is a multidisciplinary collaboration between researchers at The University of Queensland’s Centre for Advanced Imaging and partners in the Medical Technologies and Pharmaceutical industry. The purpose of this national centre is to provide research training in the development of ‘smart’ probes and ‘smart’ scanning techniques in conjunction with industry partners. Students will undertake industry-driven research to overcome bottlenecks in the development and application of novel diagnostics, therapeutics and theranostics and to inform changes in regulatory policy that support industry growth. Scholarships will include an industry placement for one year.

CIBIT encompasses two major themes:

Theme 1: ‘Smart’ Probes: Diagnostics, therapeutics and theranostics for Precision Medicine in cancer.

Theme 2: ‘Smart’ Scanning: Harnessing the digital revolution to improve diagnostic imaging cost-effectively.

Applications are invited from outstanding and enthusiastic graduates with relevant backgrounds. Students may be domestic or international of high scholarly calibre and will have a First Class Honours degree, Masters degree or equivalent. Applicants must meet the requirements for admission into the UQ Graduate School PhD program ( and should also be eligible for a UQ Graduate School Scholarship (UQGSS) (

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