PhD candidate 'Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) in neuro-oncology: from tumor-characteristics to patient outcome'

Updated: about 1 month ago
Deadline: 18 Mar 2024

Radboudumc

You will be embedded in an academic, multidisciplinary setting at the department of Medical Imaging and the

Radboudumc 3D Lab

and will have access to already available datasets as well as contribute to extending relevant datasets via collaborations and (re-)use of national and international registries.

Radboudumc
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