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The Guan Lab in the Department of Computational Medicine and Bioinformatics, University of Michigan is seeking a postdoctoral fellow in the area of Artificial Intelligence in Biomedicine with computational, mathematics or engineering background. The fellow will be responsible for development of machine learning methods and software.
PhD in computer science, bioinformatics, electrical engineering, imaging physics, computational biology, mathematics, or related field.
The ideal candidate will have familiarity with python (or C++/JAVA) and English writing is expected for all candidates. Familiarity with SWIFT and Raspberry Pi is a plus but not required.
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Internal Number: 181825
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