We offer an exciting postdoc position for a (mathematical) statistician or statistical physicist to develop methodology in the field of personalized prediction, based on data from rare cancer patients and in particular from patients with salivary gland cancer. The project research group consists of researchers from biostatistics, statistical physics and medical oncology.
We aim to find a researcher who is interested in developing the new mathematical methodology, as well as applying them to cancer data in collaboration with researchers from oncology. The position offers the opportunity to build a scientific path in an area of important societal interest and potential impact as it supports improving treatments for patients suffering from rare cancers.
You have a PhD degree in (mathematical) statistics, statistical physics or a related field. Furthermore you have scientific interest in medical applications, and in particular in rare cancers. Knowledge of the field of survival analysis will be an advantage. You also have well-developed social skills directed to working in multidisciplinary teams.
Deadline: 14 February 2022
Date first interview: 28 February 2022