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Research Fellow/Senior Research Fellow in Computational Modelling for Dementia Research

About the role 
The CU-MONDAI project uses computational modelling of neurodegenerative disease, machine learning, and big-data analysis to shed new light on the biological mechanisms that drive diseases like Alzheimer’s disease and other causes of dementia: when and where it starts; how it spreads over the brain (“propagates”); how it varies among diseases, subtypes, and individuals; how risk factors influence mechanisms. The project will use Bayesian inference to quantify evidence for computational models of disease propagation informed by imaging data and associated patient information (genetics, lifestyle factors, comorbidities, etc.). The appointees will develop advances in disease progression modelling, brain connectivity mapping, deep learning, Bayesian inference, and translate these advances into neuroimaging studies and new knowledge about neurodegenerative disease biology.

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Application deadline: 31st January 2023

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Research Fellow Senior Research Fellow in Machine Learning & Modelling in Neurodegenerative Disease

About the role 
The CU-MONDAI project uses computational modelling of neurodegenerative disease, machine learning, and big-data analysis to shed new light on the biological mechanisms that drive diseases like Alzheimer’s disease and other causes of dementia: when and where it starts; how it spreads over the brain (“propagates”); how it varies among diseases, subtypes, and individuals; how risk factors influence mechanisms. The project will use Bayesian inference to quantify evidence for computational models of disease propagation informed by imaging data and Fellow patient information (genetics, lifestyle factors, comorbidities, etc.). The appointees will develop advances in disease progression modelling, brain connectivity mapping, deep learning, Bayesian inference, and translate these advances into neuroimaging studies and new knowledge about neurodegenerative disease biology.
The role will be funded until 31st December 2024 in the first instance.  


For further information and a job description click here to apply 

Application deadline: 31st January 2023

Please check UCL Careers page for job vacancies. Work at UCL