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Adaptive Brain Lab


Great opportunity to work an exciting project focusing on developing and translating AI-guided tools for early detection of brain and mental health disorders to inform clinical practice (healthcare, clinical trials). The research will involve working on research cohort and clinical data, applying machine learning models to synthesise biological (brain imaging, genetic) and cognitive, epidemiological data, validating AI-guided tools in clinical data, translating these tools for adoption in healthcare and industry settings.  Our work on early prediction of dementia has already gathered significant media interest (e.g. and has the potential for transformative applications into clinical practice.

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Application deadline: 26th March 2023

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