Postdoctoral Associate in AI & Healthcare, University of Liverpool, UK

Postdoctoral Position in UK United Kingdom

Postdoctoral Associate in AI & Healthcare: The Department of Eye and Vision Sciences and the Liverpool Centre for Cardiovascular Science (LCCS) at the University of Liverpool are seeking a Postdoctoral Research Associate (PDRA). This position offers the opportunity to contribute to the TARGET project, focusing on developing AI-powered diagnostic tools for stroke patient management.

Postdoctoral Research Associate in AI & Healthcare


Postdoctoral Research Associate (PDRA)

Research Area:

Institute of Life Course and Medical Sciences, Department of Eye and Vision Sciences


University of Liverpool, Liverpool, UK



  • PhD (or near completion) in computer science, engineering, statistics, mathematics, or related fields.

Knowledge and Experience:

  • Extensive knowledge and experience in artificial intelligence, machine learning, and algorithm development, preferably in healthcare applications and biomedical imaging.
  • Expertise in computer vision, image analysis, and managing large datasets.
  • Proven track record of collaborative research with publications in leading international journals.
  • Proficiency in Linux, Pytorch, Tensorflow, and related tools.
  • Background in biostatistics is highly desirable.

Additional Skills:

  • Strong programming skills (Python, C/C++).
  • Knowledge of GitHub and experience with high-performance computing (HPC) facilities.
  • Experience in writing research paper drafts independently and assisting others.

Job Description:

The selected candidate will:

  • Conduct high-standard research on developing, optimizing, and validating AI algorithms for early detection of comorbidity and multimorbidity patterns.
  • Perform data analysis ensuring data validity and reliability.
  • Guide and support PhD/Master’s students involved in the project.
  • Prepare reports, publish papers, and disseminate research at conferences.
  • Attend meetings with the Europe-wide team and stakeholders, collaborating with group members and wider collaborators.
  • Undertake administrative roles, participate in career development activities, and conduct research with integrity and transparency.

How to Apply:

For further information and to apply, please click here.

Last Date for Apply:

04 June 2024, 23:30

Key Details of the Position:

  • Contract Duration: 30 months
  • Expected Start Date: 1st July 2024



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