Lecturer in Computational Epidemiology and Biostatistics
This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced Lecturer to develop and lead a high-quality research programme in Computational Epidemiology, Biostatistics and Machine Learning in the scope of Exposome Sciences, and to undertake teaching in the School of Public Health at Imperial College London. You will contribute to the postgraduate education within Imperial College Faculty of Medicine, in particular to the MSc in Health Data Analytics...
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- Reference MED01596
- Date posted 3 December 2019
- Closing date 15 January 2020
This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced Lecturer to develop and lead a high-quality research programme in Computational Epidemiology, Biostatistics and Machine Learning in the scope of Exposome Sciences, and to undertake teaching in the School of Public Health at Imperial College London. You will contribute to the postgraduate education within Imperial College Faculty of Medicine, in particular to the MSc in Health Data Analytics and Machine Learning. You will also undertake the supervision of PhD candidates and other teaching duties as required.
You will have a PhD or equivalent in computational epidemiology and biostatistics and demonstrate extensive experience of epidemiological and/or related research, research methods and statistical procedures. Extensive research experience of working with molecular data, a record of high-quality research publications in statistics/biostatistics/epidemiology and excellent leadership skills are essential.
This post is full time and will be based at the St Mary’s Hospital campus.
You will report to the Reader in Computational Epidemiology & Exposome Science, Dr Marc Chadeau and the Head of the Department, Professor Paul Elliott.
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