The Department of Diagnostic Radiology and Nuclear Medicine at theUniversity of Maryland Baltimore, invites applications for afull-time, tenure-track faculty position at the rank ofAssistant/Associate Professor to support and lead thecardiovascular imaging research program within its MagneticResonance Research Center (MRRC). Applicants are expected to have adoctorate degree related to imaging science and a strong trackrecord of peer-reviewed publications in methodology developmentsand clinical applications related to cardiovascular imagingresearch. Applicants are also expected to have track record ofexternal funding preferably from federal funding sources. Thesuccessful applicant will work closely with the MR Physics groupwill take the lead in forging multi-disciplinary collaborations incardiovascular researchAt the MRRC the faculty member will have access to state of the artimaging equipment including two research dedicated 3.0 Tesla MRISystems (GE 750w & Siemens Prisma FIT), a Siemens PET/MRIsystem and several state of the art Siemens clinical MR systems(both 1.5T & 3T). In addition small animal imaging resourcesinclude a 7 Tesla and 9.4 Tesla (March 2018 installation) withcryoprobe from Bruker, a Siemens Inveon microPET/CT system,MR-guided Focused ultrasound system from Image Guided Therapies,and a Perkin Elmer IVIS Spectrum for Bioluminescence andfluorescence studies.The successful candidate will also have access to the Center forMetabolic Imaging & Therapeutics, a collaborative venturebetween the hospital system and the School of Medicine to fostermulti-disciplinary collaborations and to translate basic sciencefindings to clinical practice. At this center, in addition to the3.0 GE 750w system, a GE SpinLabTM dynamic nuclearpolarizer is available which is suitable for preclinical andclinical applications. Supporting the Hyperpolarization program isalso a dedicated small animal 3T MR system. The GE MR scanner isalso integrated with two Insightec 1024-element high-intensityfocused ultrasound (HIFU) systems (220 & 670 kHz) forimage-guided interventions.Qualifications :Interested applicants should send their applications including aresearch statement outlining current research activities andinterests, a teaching statement summarizing previous and currentteaching and mentoring activities, and a current curriculum vitae,via e-mail to [email protected] .The University of Maryland at Baltimore is an AA/EOE/ADAEmployer and encourages applications from women and members ofminority groups.
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“This is a sad one primarily because we have enjoyed a period of peace and have been able to work without the court-today-court-tomorrow situation of the last half of 2014.“We have filed for stay-of-execution and that means the status quo remains and anything done is done at the actors’ peril. I can assure football –loving Nigerians that there is no reason to panic as we are in full charge and there is no trouble whatsoever. There is no order for the Giwa group to take over the Glass House. In fact many of his so called board members have called to dissociate themselves from the matter,” NFF 1 st Vice President Seyi Akinwunmi said on Friday.It would be recalled that the Ambassador Giwa led group had gone to court and withdrawn the case in October 2014, but then later went to the Court of Arbitration for Sports, which threw out their case.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram The Nigeria Football Federation has swiftly moved to file an appeal, a motion to vacate the order and a motion for a stay-of-execution against the judgement of the Jos High Court, which on Friday decided to re-list a case brought by Ambassador Chris Giwa against the validly –elected NFF administration of Amaju Melvin Pinnick.In re-listing the case for hearing on 30 th May this year, the court shockingly also restored the order that the election and Congress of 30 th September 2014 be nullified.However, since an appeal, a motion to vacate the order and a stay-of-execution has been filed, on the same day as the judgement, the status quo remains.
2026 Winter Olympics awarded to Milan-Cortina There could be a new Olympic sport for the 2024 games.According to the Sports Business Journal, breakdancing has been provisionally approved for the 2024 Olympics. However, breakdancing wouldn’t be the only addition.Skateboarding, sport climbing and surfing were also approved and will debut in Tokyo next year. Related News However, breakdancing would have to wait until the games are set in Paris. News: IOC provisionally approves breakdancing as a new medal event at 2024 Paris Olympics, a first in the Games. Three other sports also approved: skateboarding, sport climbing and surfing. Those are also new, but will debut next year in Tokyo.— Ben Fischer (@BenFischerSBJ) June 25, 2019The recommendation came from the International Olympic Committee’s executive board in March. It said breakdancing, and the other sports approved, “offer the opportunity to connect with the young generation.”There are already a number of competitive breakdancing competitions happening including the World BBoy Series — which was first established in 2013 and has seen teams from Russia, Greece, South Korea, Japan and the USA all win — and the longstanding International B-Boy Championships, which crowned its first winner in 1996.