Research Assistant

Updated: 2 months ago
Job Type: FullTime

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The Faculty of Dental Medicine and Oral Health Sciences is looking for a Regular Research Assistant in Professor Madathil's lab to assist in his research on deep learning.

Primary responsibilities:

  • Develop and implement deep learning algorithm for different machine learning based prediction models
  • Design and analyses simulation-based studies
  • Prepare and publish manuscripts.
  • Support the supervisor in teaching and training students in machine learning techniques
  • Other tasks, in the candidates expertise, assigned by the PI.


  • Masters degree in Computer science or related fields with focus in deep learning.
  • Experience in applied deep learning in the health field.
  • Familiarity with pytorch and tensorflow frameworks.
  • Prior experience working with applied deep learning problems in health and dentistry.
  • Excellent academic communication in English (written and oral).

Hourly Salary:


Hours per Week:

35 (Full time)


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Assistant Professor

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