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Are you an experienced Computer Scientist, Physicist, Engineer, or Applied Mathematician?
Can you drive a group of quantitative scientists in Cancer Research?
Are you a strong computational person?
Do you want to learn about and deeply impact the future of cancer research, medicine, and health care?
The Precision Pathology Biobanking Center (PPBC) is a newly established Research Center at MSK and its Department of Pathology.
Using complex real-world structured, text, and image data, Memorial Sloan Kettering (MSK) has collected over the past 20+ years, the Scientist will develop and implement advanced computational methods to power the PPBC’s efforts to build a best-in-class analytics platform for healthcare data. The development and implementation of cutting-edge computational Big Data Analytics represents a major strategic priority for the Center. This recruitment seeks to expand this expertise within the Center.
The right candidate will have a track record of developing new quantitative methods such as Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence (AI), or Natural Language Processing (NLP) and apply them to complex problems in medicine. To that end, the Computational Scientist will actively chip in to the research community through collaborations with academic partners, publishing in peer-reviewed journals, and attending top-tier conferences.
This position is a leadership position in computational science and will develop, oversee, and implement a comprehensive computational strategy for the Center in addition to leading a team of computational specialists.
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