Research Associate (Postdoctoral) Biostatistics and Medical Informatics
|Workplace||Madison, Wisconsin, USA|
Research Associate (Postdoctoral) Biostatistics and Medical Informatics Until filled
Requirements: Candidates will ideally have or expect to have a doctoral degree in Biostatistics, Statistics, Computer Science, or a related field, as well as genuine interests in biomedical research. Outstanding computing and communication skills are required. Prior working experience in causal inference, optimization, and/or high dimensional data is not necessary but preferred.
Job Duties: There is a postdoc position under the direction of Professors Menggang Yu and Guanhua Chen at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. The initial appointment is one year and renewable up to three years based on performance review. The successful applicants will work primarily on developing statistical and machine learning methods in the area of health care data, causal inference, and precision medicine. The main projects are related, but not limited to, risk prediction and personalized treatment recommendation using high dimensional electronic health records and/or multi-omics data. The applicants will have opportunities to get training in statistical methodology development, software implementation, and direct collaboration with health care professionals. These research works will use first-hand state-wide and nation-wide data to generate impactful and practice-changing results and lead to both methodological and collaborative publications in high-quality, peer-reviewed journals. Please send a CV (with the name of three references), a letter of intent, and representative papers to Menggang Yu (meyubiostat.wisc.edu) and Guanhua Chen (gchen25wisc.edu)
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