Openings in the BCDL
We are currently requesting applicants for the following positions:
- Postdoctoral Research Associate - Image Guided Therapy
- Graduate Research Assistant - One GRA position is available for a motivated PhD student starting Fall 2014. Applicants with an interest in medical devices and image-guided therapy are encouraged to apply to the PhD program in Electrical and Computer Engineering at Kansas State University. Preference will be given to students with background/interest in the following area: medical imaging, RF circuits and instrumentation, medical instrumentation, scientific computing and modeling.
Please contact Punit Prakash (email@example.com) with any questions.
November 2013: K-State news release on MRI award
November 2013: Dillon Fairchild, Ankush Gakhar, and Emily Schnell are awarded undergraduate Cancer Research Awards to work on projects within the BCDL. Congratulations!
August 2013: We received a NSF Major Research Instrumentation award to develop an integrated image-guided thermal therapy award in collaboration with Stefan Bossmann (PI, KSU Dept of Chemistry), Sanjeev Narayanan (KSU Dept of Diagnostic Medicine/Pathobiology), Deryl Troyer (KSU Dept of Anatomy and Physiology).
August 2013: PhD student Souvick Mukherjee joins the lab. Welcome!
April 2013: Punit Prakash presents an invited talk at the Society for Thermal Medicine Annual Meeting in Aruba.
January 2013: BCDL hosts two sessions for middle-school students in the GROW program.
January 2013: MS student Brogan McWilliams joins the lab. Welcome!
November 2012: Punit Prakash presents an invited talk at the University of Kansas Medical Center on technologies for hyperthermia and thermal ablation.
November 2012: Awarded an Innovative Cancer Research Award from the Johnson Cancer Research Center.
November 2012: Sarah Carr and Emily Schnell are awarded undergraduate Cancer Research Awards to work on projects within the BCDL. Congratulations!
August 2012: Punit Prakash joins KSU Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and sets up the BCDL.