A junior research group in computational pathology is to be established at the Institute of Computational Biomedicine at the Medical Faculty of Heidelberg University and the University Hospital of Heidelberg. The group will also be embedded in the Medical Informatics HiGHmed consortium, and work in close collaboration with the Institute of Pathology at the University Hospital of Heidelberg.
The group will be funded for 5 years with a competitive start-up package.
The group should develop and apply computational methods to analyse multidimensional data obtained from tissues, including histochemically stained sections and tissue-based proteomics. The methods will be applied primarily with partners within HighMed, in particular with the Institute of Pathology, with whom the group is expected to engage in the interpretation of the results. The major application area will be oncology.
Candidates are expected to hold a degree and Ph.D. in statistics, mathematics, physics, engineering or computer science, or in biological science with substantial experience in computational and statistical work.
We aim to increase the proportion of female scientists and encourage qualified women to apply.
Candidates should email to to jobs.saez (at) bioquant.uni-heidelberg.de:
(1) CV (including names of three references)
(2) Letter of interest tailored to the position, and explaining how you would fit within the Institute, Heidelberg, and HighMed.
(3) a 2-page research plan for the next 5 years
Applications should be submitted by September 15th. Shortlisted candidates will be invited to a symposium, expectedly in November 2020. Starting date is aimed for April 2021.
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