Senior AI Researcher (Artificial Intelligence and Multimorbidity Programme)
We are looking for an senior AI researcher (Grade 8, salary £42,149-£50,296), with a PhD in Artificial Intelligence, machine learning or data science, to develop knowledge- and data-driven AI methods for the understanding of multimorbidity, and to work on the planning and execution of the core AI research programme on clustering, modelling and AI/machine-learning predictions.
Artificial Intelligence and Multimorbidity: Clustering in Individuals, Space and Clinical Context (AIM-CISC) is a 3 year, £3.9 million research programme funded by the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Artificial Intelligence for Multiple Long-Term Conditions Programme. AIM-CISC is led by a multidisciplinary team from The University of Edinburgh, University College London and NHS Lothian. This includes clinical and genetic researchers studying complex multimorbidity, public partners, social scientists researching wider social and spatial determinants of health and care, and informatics and data science academics with AI expertise across multiple domains including natural language processing, machine-learning including multilayer network analysis, and applied AI.
- Closing date: 13 January 2022
- More information available at https://edin.ac/30EJLSv and at https://edin.ac/3E7bI34 (for the the full job description).
- Informal enquiries may be directed to Dr Jacques Fleuriot, Director of the Artificial Intelligence and its Applications Institute, School of Informatics (Jacques.Fleuriot@ed.ac.uk) and/or to Prof. Bruce Guthrie, Professor of General Practice, Usher Institute (Bruce.Guthrie@ed.ac.uk).