Health science research
Salary: £51,800 to £61,819 per year
Post type: Full time
Closing Date: 23:59 BST on Wednesday 04 May 2022
The University of Surrey is an international university with an excellent teaching and research profile that is innovative, forward thinking and impactful. The expanding Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences is building its capacity in health and biomedical informatics to conduct cutting-edge research on key themes that underpin the University of Surrey’s research strategy, including innovation for health and digital innovation. We invite applications for a new position as a University Lecturer to develop research and deliver education in health data analytics and informatics.
Our new initiatives in health and biomedical informatics at the University of Surrey provide exciting opportunities for the successful candidate to develop and further their career in Surrey in new and emerging areas of informatics and data analytics. The successful candidate will join our multidisciplinary community that underpins translational health and biomedical informatics, which connects researchers in statistical multi-omics, systems biology, digital health, and clinical and experimental medicine, as well as local trusts of the NHS. This new position will also collaborate with the multidisciplinary center vHive, which aspires to promote the development and adoption of digital innovation in animal and human health as part of our “one health, one medicine” vision, in order to support research. multidisciplinary and translational.
The Health Data Analytics Lecturer will contribute and build programs in Health Informatics, focusing on Clinical and Demographic Informatics, developing new areas such as Nursing Informatics and Veterinary Informatics, as well as developing applications of informatics techniques to health and medical data to improve patient outcomes and healthcare delivery.
Potential candidates will have demonstrable experience in clinically relevant real-world data, computational techniques, data science, and statistics. These may include artificial intelligence, statistical modeling, epidemiology, bioinformatics, data linking and data mining methods, as well as ideas or experience on where and when to include new machine learning. and other advanced techniques.
Research at the Faculty is conducted in four schools; each with its own disciplinary identity: the School of Biosciences and Medicine, the School of Health Sciences, the School of Psychology, and the School of Veterinary Medicine. The research disciplines in the schools are linked by collaborative streams across faculty and university with a mission to develop larger research projects or programs that require multidisciplinary teams with the expertise of several schools and external partners. Along with a dynamic working environment on a leafy campus in Guildford near London, this position offers plenty of career development opportunities and resources to help you build your own research team and realize your potential.
If you are a team player with a positive attitude and a desire to succeed in your field, personally and as a team, we welcome your application. When you complete the online application form, we will additionally accept (i) a cover letter (no more than 2 pages), (ii) your CV; (iii) a brief supporting statement/vision document (no more than 3 pages).
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In return, we offer a generous pension, relocation assistance, flexible work options including job sharing and home/campus blended workplaces (depending on job duties), access to world-class on-campus leisure facilities, a range of travel programs and family support. benefits including an excellent on-site nursery.
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The University of Surrey is committed to providing an inclusive environment that provides equal opportunities for all. We value diversity highly and seek to increase diversity within our community. Therefore, we particularly encourage applications from underrepresented groups, such as people from black, Asian and minority ethnic groups and people with disabilities.