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Posted:
4/1/2019
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Imaging Systems Intern
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Accuray Incorporated | Madison, WI
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Job Description

Accuray is looking for an Intern to join our Research and Development team this summer. Develop cutting-edge medical device technology that treats cancer while working with collaborative teams to perform technical activities that impact the design of our radiation therapy products.

This is a 10-week internship placement in our Imaging Systems group, where you will assist us on studies related to current and future Accuray products. The intern project will involve data acquisition on Accuray's radio-therapy devices and bench-top systems, investigation of calibration and correction algorithms, and image quality analysis.

This is a great opportunity to get involved with an active and unique image development program, while learning new skills as you support various areas of product development in a team environment. And you will be contributing to the advancement of cancer treatment in the field of radiation therapy.

Open to all Physics, Medical Physics, Biomedical Engineering, and related majors. Proficiency desirable in MATLAB or similar data analysis tools. Familiarity with x-ray imaging chain, programming skill (e.g. Python, C++), and hands-on experience using scientific instruments are a plus.

About Accuray Incorporated

Accuray Incorporated has developed an intelligent robotic radiosurgery system, the CyberKnife system, designed to treat solid tumors anywhere in the body as an alternative to traditional surgery. The CyberKnife system represents the next generation of radiosurgery systems, combining continuous image-guidance technology with a compact linear accelerator (linac) that has the ability to move in three dimensions according to a patient's treatment plan. (Source: 10-K)