SummaryThe Department of Radiation Oncology is seeking a qualifiedcandidate to fill a critical role. The successful candidate willjoin our existing team of dedicated Medical Physics faculty andwill be responsible for supporting quality assurance, machinemaintenance and calibration, patient treatment planning andtreatment support as well as technology and workflowimplementation. This position will also be expected to participatein all aspects of the teaching activities for radiation oncologyresidents, medical students, medical dosimetrists and radiationtherapists. Academic rank commensurate with experience.Candidates for this position must have a M.S. or Ph.D. in medicalphysics, engineering, or related physical science. ABRcertification in radiation oncology physics is required. Experiencewith Elekta Linear Accelerators, Monaco and RayStation treatmentplanning system strongly preferred. Experience with HDRbrachytherapy also strongly preferred.Baylor College of Medicine is an Equal Opportunity/AffirmativeAction/Equal Access Employer.5522CA; CH
Norwegian vessel owner Solstad Offshore has been awarded contracts for its vessels by Total and Equinor for operations in Brazil. Solstad said on Wednesday it had entered into a contract with Total E&P do Brasil for charter of a platform supply vessel for 13 months firm.Total has the option to extend the charter with additional 2 x 6 months. The beginning of the contract is planned for August 2019, and the AHTS Far Sagaris will be the lead-in vessel until a PSV from the Solstad fleet takes over later this year.The vessels will support Total’s activities in the Lapa field. The Lapa consortium is operated by Total, with a 35% interest, in partnership with Shell (30%), Repsol Sinopec Brasil (25%), and Petrobras (10%).In addition, Equinor Brazil has extended the contracts for the PSVs Far Scotsman and Far Serenade with three months each.Both vessels are now firm until November 2019 and will continue to support Equinor Brazil’s portfolio activities.
In Syracuse’s (4-5, 2-3 Atlantic Coast) 27-24 loss at Florida State on Saturday, Syracuse junior Eric Dungey broke the program record for rushing touchdowns by a quarterback. Dungey’s 20 career rushing touchdowns are the most in program history, surpassing former All-Americans Donovan McNabb and Billy Hurley.Dungey, a 6-foot-4, 222-pound three-year starter, entered 2017 second among active ACC QBs in rushing yards (644) and rushing touchdowns (11), behind only Louisville Heisman Trophy winner Lamar Jackson. Against the Seminoles, Dungey missed a quarter with an injury, yet still ran for 109 yards and a score. He has nine rushing touchdowns this season, only two shy of his combined total in 2015 and 2016.He added 278 yards through the air, two TD passes and one interception in the loss to FSU. Syracuse has three games left this season.Here is the Syracuse all-time rushing touchdown record for QBs:1. Eric Dungey — 20 rushing touchdownsT-2. Donovan McNabb — 19 rushing touchdownsT-2. Bill Hurley — 19 rushing rouchdownsAdvertisementThis is placeholder text Comments Published on November 4, 2017 at 4:27 pm Contact Matthew: [email protected] | @MatthewGut21 Facebook Twitter Google+