Research Associate (Fixed Term)

University of Cambridge
July 17, 2024
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Research Associate (Fixed Term)

Applications are invited for a Research Associate, based in the Department of Psychology.

This project, funded by a Springboard Award from the Academy of Medical Sciences, will explore the usage of normative models (specifically human brain charts; Bethlehem, Seidlitz, White et al, 2022, Nature) for patient stratification and prognostication in an ongoing memory clinic cohort with health records linkage.

The post-doctoral researcher will take the lead in developing data-driven patient stratification approaches from neuroimaging and health record data alongside exploring predictive approaches to longitudinal outcomes. While data collection in ongoing there is already available data through the Lifespan Brain Chart Consortium, in which the candidate will be embedded, to hit the ground running on data analytics.

Fixed-term: The funds for this post are available until 30 June 2026 in the first instance.

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Informal discussions about the post are welcomed, please contact Richard Bethlehem [email protected]

Please quote reference PJ42129 on your application and in any correspondence about this vacancy.

The University actively supports equality, diversity and inclusion and encourages applications from all sections of society.

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  • Department/Location

    Department of Psychology

    Salary

    £36,024-£44,263

    Reference

    PJ42129

    Category

    Research

    Published

    18 June 2024

    Closing date

    17 July 2024

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