PhD scholarship in Natural Language Processing for Clinical infection surveillance

PhD scholarship to support development of natural language processing solutions for infection surveillance in cancer patients.

A funded PhD position is supported through Medical Research Future Fund grant MRFCRI000188, "Enhanced INfection Surveillance Transforming Excellence In National cancer care (EINSTEIN)".

The project will involve collaboration with the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre and other partners around Australia.

$34,841 per annum for 3 years.

Strong academic performance in computer science at undergraduate and masters level, with evidence of prior research experience in machine learning and/or natural language processing.

Open now

20 December 2024

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