King’s DRIVE-Health PhD Programme
We are looking to recruit outstanding graduates from a variety of backgrounds to a 3.5 year (or 3 year depending on funding source) PhD programme in Data-Driven Health to work on internationally-competitive research projects, equipping them to exploit excellence in medical and informatics research for improving the health of local and national patient populations; this call is for applications for PhD studentships for October 2020 entry. Students will benefit from multi disciplinary supervision and opportunities for visits to our international partners.
DRIVE-Health studentships offer a generous stipend of £17,520 per annum for the 2020/21 academic year; costs for PhD fees (UK/EU applicants) are covered by the CDT, but overseas applicants can apply if they are able to top up the fees themselves. The CDT will also provide funds for research project support – travel, conferences, etc.
Candidates should possess or be expected to achieve a 1st or upper 2nd class degree in a relevant subject including the biosciences, computer science, mathematics, statistics, data science, chemistry, physics, and be enthusiastic about combining their expertise with other disciplines in the field of healthcare.
The closing date for applications under this scheme is Sunday 19th April 2020. Interviews for shortlisted candidates has been provisionally scheduled for the week of 11 May 2020. Successful applicants are expected to take up their studentships in September 2020.
Our group lead and also co-chair of King’s DRIVE-Health, Richard Dobson, tweeted about this.
We’re growing! 6 posts in #bioinformatics #NLP #EHRs #mhealth #datascience for fellows #RSE#lecturer https://t.co/GX59fUlNIl at @phidatalab @KCLBHI. See @KCLBHI for 2 trial stats posts. Also, we’re now accepting applications for ~10 PhD studentships – see @KCLDriveHealth
— Richard Dobson (@richdobson) March 6, 2020
Emulating trials using EHR and CogStack. Supervise by Sabine Landau, James Teo, Richard Dobson, Dan Bean. Project 21