Madrid-MIT Consortium Seeking Applicants for Biomedical Imaging Program

December 15, 2010

The Madrid-MIT M+Visión Consortium, formed in Sept. 2010, is a global initiative dedicated to helping Madrid, Spain, strengthen and expand its position as an emerging global center for biomedical research. The consortium--including the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, La Suma de Todos - Comunidad de Madrid, and the European Union--is launching a new Fellowship program this coming summer (2011) that is designed to accelerate cutting-edge research in translational biomedical imaging and establish new enterprises in Madrid.

During the one- or two-year Fellowship, talented young professionals from all over the world will work together and do biomedical imaging research in Madrid and Boston.

The Madrid-MIT M+Vision Consortium is actively recruiting bright young talent from all over the world – engineers, physicians, scientists, and entrepreneurs interested in biomedical imaging who want a career-enhancing experience that will help them make their mark on the world.

For more information see the MVision website:

MVision consortium flier