Research Associate or Research Fellow: AI-enabled Neurology
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UCL and KCL are launching a £4.5 million, Wellcome-funded, four-year programme of translational research seeking to transform acute neurology through the application of novel, domain-tailored machine learning.
The Programme for High-Dimensional Neurology will create a comprehensive, large-scale, multi-site, hospital-embedded framework for complex modelling of rich clinical and brain imaging data, and deliver a suite of real-world applications across stroke, neuroradiology, and acute cognitive dysfunction.
Unifying multidisciplinary expertise across KCL (School of Biomedical Engineering & Imaging Sciences; Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience), and UCL (Queen Square Institute of Neurology), the programme will be deeply integrated with partner hospitals, and aligned with their priority research strategies, including UCLH's flagship Research Hospital Initiative to weave artificial intelligence into the operational and clinical fabric of the hospital.
The proposed applications will synthesise high-dimensional, multi-modal data to enable high-fidelity, individual-level prediction, inference, and prescription, for operational and clinical decision-making, aiming for real-world deployment within the time-frame of the project.
The successful applicant will be responsible for developing and integrating new models and tools for clinical and imaging data analysis and reporting, including modelling of clinical and operational outcomes for acute neurological applications.