The Artificial Intelligence Lab is hiring an experienced data scientist that will support research efforts towards the lab’s mission of developing (deep) machine learning techniques to assist clinical decision making, avoid medical errors and ultimately improve patient health. We are particularly looking for passionate research-minded individuals.
Our focus lies on parsing, modelling and interpretation of textual resources such as patient records or scholarly biomedical articles. We are working on a wide range of fundamental and applied challenges in this domain. Other modalities such as biomedical biomedical images, time series, drug prescriptions or *omics are of interest as well.
A terminal degree (BS, MS) in Computer Science, Statistics, Applied Mathematics, Physics, or with a similar technical and computational emphasis.
Excellent programming skills.
Strong applied expertise in machine learning, information retrieval, or natural language processing.
Experience in designing, developing and shipping production-ready software.
A passion for scientific inquiry.
A two-year fixed-term position with the possibility of extension contingent upon performance.
A fast-paced, inspiring and highly collegial academic environment with excellent research infrastructure and access to large-scale clinical data.
Competitive salary and employment conditions.
How to apply:
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