Postdoc in computational neuroscience / machine-learning
We're seeking a postdoc to join a project developing a precision medicine platform for neuromodulation, in collaboration with MachineMedicine Technologies and St George’s Hospital, London.
A crucial unmet need in the management of Parkinson’s disease is how to reliably identify patients that would benefit from deep brain stimulation, the most effective treatment for Parkinson’s. The project team will create a machine-learning platform that synthesises wide-ranging personal and clinical data, combined with neural modelling, to predict the suitability of each Parkinson’s disease patient for deep brain stimulation. An exciting opportunity for the pipeline will be integrating computational models of the neural circuits disrupted in Parkinson’s.
The post is for 3 years, full-time.
Nottingham University welcomes researchers from around the globe. As part of this support, the university will provide financial support to the post-holder for all visa costs.
For queries please contact Professor Mark Humphries, firstname.lastname@example.org.
For full details of the role and how to apply https://www.nottingham.ac.uk/jobs/currentvacancies/ref/SCI437522
Closing data: October 26th 2022