A postdoctoral researcher position is available in the Care Health and Reasoning Machines (CHARM) lab in the Heinz School at Carnegie Mellon University. The postdoctoral researcher will develop and evaluate machine learning methods for clinical informatics problems. Research directions could include but are not limited to: increasing performance and trustworthiness of deep longitudinal methods, solving challenges posed by electronic health records, and translating clinical needs into algorithmic solutions. The CHARM lab is led by Dr. Jeremy Weiss MD, PhD. Additional details about CHARM can be found at: https://andrew.cmu.edu/~jweiss2/research.html.
- PhD, MD, or equivalent in related subject areas, including machine learning, computer science, medicine, bioinformatics, and statistics/biostatistics,
- Programming skills in either Python and R;
- Publishing experience with peer-reviewed journals and/or conferences in the above areas.
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