Marie Curie Fellowship in Medical Image Analysis
- Closing Date
- Tuesday, 2nd October 2012
- Job Type
- Research & Teaching
- School of Computer Science -
School of Computer Science
Finance Marie Curie Fellowship in Medical Image Analysis
£26,251 per annum
Applications are invited for the above post based in the School of Computer Science, the University of Nottingham, to work on an EU funded interdisciplinary project in medical image analysis.
The successful candidate is expected to already have an undergraduate degree, or equivalent, in Computer Science, Mathematics, engineering or other related fields, with strong mathematical and computer programming skills. Previous experience in image analysis will be an advantage.
This post will be offered on a fixed-term contract until 30 September 2013.
Due to funding restrictions, only those who have not resided in the the UK for more than a year in the past four years are eligible to apply.
Informal enquiries may be addressed to Dr Li Bai, tel: 0115 951 3312 or email email@example.com . Please note that applications sent directly to this email address will not be accepted.
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