[R-jobs] Position available University of Oxford
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Tue Sep 4 15:31:12 CEST 2012
*Bioinformatics/Statistics **Postdoctoral Researcher
**University of Oxford, UK
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Postdoctoral Researcher --
Bioinformatics/Statistics to work on the data-mining and knowledge
discovery components of the FP7 project "Enabling information re-Use by
linking clinical REsearch and Care", EURECA
(http://eurecaproject.eu/partners). By generating a bench-to-bedside
strategy, the EURECA project will aim to define and solve the necessary
steps to achieve maximal health outputs for users, including patients,
families, researchers, pharmaceutical industry and healthcare providers.
The post holder will be a key member of the Oxford component of the
EURECA project. This post will be located at the Weatherall Institute of
Molecular Medicineand the work will be carried out in close
collaboration with the Department of Statistics.
The successful candidate will hold a PhD or equivalent in
Bioinformatics, Statistics or a related subject. A track record in
development of data-mining solutions in a clinical
research/pharmaceutical project or equivalent transferable experience is
essential as is the ability to generate and critically review
data-mining methodologies including reports and/or professional
publications. Advanced presentation and publication skills as shown by
international meetings and/or publication record and experience with
statistics, data-mining and/or artificial intelligence methods applied
to the analysis of high-dimensionality datasets is desirable.
This is a full-time post and is available until 31 July 2015 in the
All applicants must complete a short online application form; upload a
CV and supporting statement. To apply for this role, please click on the
'Apply Now' button in the link below.
Please cite the reference ID: 104310.
The closing date for applications is *12.00 noon *on *Wednesday 26
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