Research Associate in Machine Learning for Healthcare

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Closing date: 6th July

Research Associate in Machine Learning for Healthcare

Job summary

Imperial College London is seeking two Research Associates to join a dedicated cross-disciplinary team building innovative technologies to support people affected by chronic (long-term) conditions. This position is based in the Department of Brain Sciences and the UK DRI Care Research and Technology centre at Imperial College London.

The postholders will join the EPSRC/NIHR PROTECT project team focusing on developing digital biomarkers and predictive models to support and improve managing long-term health conditions. The roles will be for 3 years, starting from September 2022 or soon after.

This is a unique opportunity to contribute to a project that is both highly technical and positive in impact, working alongside dedicated developers, clinical researchers, data scientists, healthcare professionals and designers.

They have curated one of the world’s largest datasets of remote in-home healthcare monitoring, which consists of activity, sleep, and physiology monitoring together with clinically validated assessments, medical background data, and clinical validation of health-related events. They also have access to the Secure Anonymised Information Linkage (SAIL) Databank from the Welsh population (over 4.4 million case records) and the Whole Systems Integrated Care (WSIC) dataset which provides over 2million individuals’ EHR data linking hospital, primary care, and social care records.

Further information

This is a Full Time and Fixed Term role for 3 years based at the White City Campus.

Candidates who have not yet been officially awarded their PhD will be appointed as a Research Assistant within the salary range of £36,694 – £39,888 per annum.

For further information regarding the role, please contact Professor Payam Barnaghi (p.barnaghi@imperial.ac.uk).

To apply for this job please visit www.imperial.ac.uk.

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