|Salary:||£35,150 to £40,170 per annum|
|Placed On:||23rd September 2022|
|Closes:||9th October 2022|
Under the leadership of Professor Céire Costelloe, We are seeking an experienced quantitative methodologist to contribute to the complex system analysis research axis of the new Health Informatics team. This is an opportunity to join the newly established Health Informatics team at the Institute of Cancer Research.
The successful candidate will have a track record of developing and applying new methodologies for the analysis of real-world data. Working closely with colleagues in the Royal Marsden hospital, in a truly multidisciplinary environment of clinicians, researchers and health informaticians the successful candidate will have the opportunity to develop their contribute and lead analysis within the Team, seek competitive funding and build national and international collaborations with external institutes.
The successful candidate must have the ability to effectively communicate within a multidisciplinary environment of clinicians, researchers and health informaticians to formulate research projects by identifying (clinically relevant questions, data, methods) triplets and provide guidance on analysis in existing projects. The candidate is expected to develop their own research programme, seek competitive funding (including PhD fellowship if appropriate) and build national and international collaborations with external institutes.
Why work for us?
As a member of staff, you'll have exclusive access to a range of staff benefits.
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The Institute of Cancer Research, London, is one of the world's most influential cancer research institutes, with an outstanding record of achievement dating back more than 100 years. Further information about working at the ICR can be found here.
We look forward to receiving applications from all candidates, wherever in the world they are currently based. We will select those who display the potential to become, or to support, the world leading cancer researchers of the future based on their application and performance at interview. However, we particularly welcome British applicants from black and ethnic minority backgrounds, as they are under-represented within the ICR and nationwide in STEM roles.
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