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Institute of Applied Data Science



AI / Data Science Job Opportunities at Queen Mary Barts and The London and British Antarctic Survey

24 September 2020

Professors in Computer Health Sciences, Queen Mary Barts and The London

Positions are currently open for three new professors in computer health sciences, as part of an exciting new initiative in precision medicine and population health research.

As members of Barts Life Sciences (BLS) - a partnership between Queen Mary and Barts Health NHS Trust - Professors Claude Chelala (CRUK Barts Centre) and Carol Dezateux (IPHS) are – with the generous support of Barts Charity – leading a new initiative to embed computer sciences at a senior level within Queen Mary's SMD to catalyse innovative precision medicine and population health research. Three new professors in computer health sciences are now being recruited who will – with the generous package of support available - together deliver innovative and collaborative research programmes leveraging our exceptional expertise in, and access to, deep biological data derived from tissue samples and imaging, and rich phenotypic data from electronic patient records across east London.

It is an exciting opportunity to join this initiative and realise the full research potential of this multi-dimensional patient data for patient and public benefit. Non-clinical Professors and other Senior Faculty (equivalent to Associate Professor level) with research expertise in the following areas: Actionable Health Analytics, Text Analytics and Digital Pathology are encouraged to apply.

These are tenured Professorial appointments, each initially supported for five years by Barts Charity, and including a competitive personal salary, funding for a Lecturer, an informatician / health data scientist, and PhD student.

Closing date for receipt of application forms is: 30 November 2020


Principal Researcher in Environmental AI, British Antarctic Survey

British Antarctic Survey is seeking a research leader in Environmental Artificial Intelligence to co-lead activities at BAS AI Laboratory, to win funding, sustain the growth of this emerging research area and support digital innovaton.

The BAS AI Lab is a cross-disciplinary group of researchers leading in the application of AI and Data Science methods to advance environmental science discovery and lead the development of Digital Twins of the natural environment.

Closing date for receipt of application forms is: 6 December 2020

Updated by: Michal Filus