Thursday, 25 June 2015

5 year position as senior researcher

The National PET Centre is seeking for a SENIOR RESEARCHER. The duties include
  • development of modelling and analysis of brain PET studies,
  • independent research,
  • supervision of theses,
  • participation in teaching and education,
  • international collaboration.
We require at least a doctoral degree. We appreciate associate / adjunct professorship (docent degree), experience and successful conduct of independent research work and international contacts. Also experience of PET- and MRI-investigations and modeling of brain PET studies are considered as an advantage.
Duration of the post is 5 years. Salary is based on the salary system for universities which is followed by University of Turku, in which the salary is based on the job requirement factors and on personal work performance. For a senior researcher job requirement level 7 and personal work performance level 2-6 = 3972 – 4897 Euros / month.
Please submit application via University of Turku.

Monday, 5 May 2014

Neuroplasticity in Medicine in Turku, Finland 11-13th June 2014

XXV Paulo Foundation Medical symposium Neuroplasticity in Medicine in Turku, Finland 11-13th June 2014.

JSRS 2014 conference in Turku

10th Symposium of the Scandinavian Japanese Radiological Society & 13th Nordic Japan PACS Symposium in Turku, 11th-13th June, 2014.

Tuesday, 14 January 2014

Functional Brain Imaging seminars

Functional Brain Imaging seminars will be organized in Turku PET Centre during Spring and Autumn 2014. The course programme will be available in here.

Monday, 17 June 2013

XIII Turku PET Symposium

XIII Turku PET Symposium, in conjunction with the symposia of Nordic Association for Clinical Physics (NACP) and Scandinavian Society of Clinical Physiology and Nuclear Medicine (SSCPNM), will be organized on 24-27 May 2014 in Turku, Finland.

This educational event has a tradition of over 30 years and is targeted to all investigators and staff working with cyclotrons, PET radiochemistry, modelling and software development, as well as preclinical and clinical PET imaging.

For researchers interested in image analysis in the field of positron emission tomography, Andrew Crabb will organize a hands-on course, teaching participants to analyze PET studies using free and open source tools.

Please download the Second Announcement and remember to mark the dates to your calendar. More information about the Symposium will be updated on the website

Thursday, 23 August 2012

Saving clipboard contents in Office 2010

How to save clipboard contents in Office 2010

How to save part of Excel 2010 sheet as WMF

Modelling meetings

Weekly modelling meetings have started after the summer break. Meetings is every Tuesday 10:30 in PET seminar room (or in new analysis meeting room, if seminar room is occupied). If you want to receive email reminders, ask Vesa Oikonen to add you to the TPC modelling email list.