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Research Assistant in Computational Cardiovascular Science

Applications for this vacancy closed on 17 December 2015 at 12:00PM
THIS VACANCY IS FOR INTERNAL APPLICANTS ONLY



An opportunity has arisen for a full-time Research Assistant in Computational
Cardiovascular Science, led by Professor Blanca Rodriguez. The project aims to
develop the computational models required to investigate the implications of
inter-subject variability in the electrophysiological response of the human
heart to drug action and disease conditions.



You would be expected to contribute to the development of the mathematical
models and parameter estimation algorithms required to capture inter-subject
variability in cardiac electrophysiological models, and simulation studies to
investigate the impact of inter-subject variability in the
electrophysiological response of the human ventricles to drug action and
disease conditions.



You should have a PhD (or be very close to completion) in biomedical
engineering, computer science or mathematical biology, and experience of
working in computational cardiac electrophysiology and modelling and
simulation of excitation contraction coupling in human ventricular
cardiomyocytes.



The post is fixed-term for 1 year.



The closing date for applications is 12.00 noon on 17 December 2015.

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Department of Computer Science, Wolfson Building, Parks Road, Oxford.
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THIS VACANCY IS FOR INTERNAL APPLICANTS ONLY


An opportunity has arisen for a full-time Research Assistant in Computational Cardiovascular Science, led by Professor Blanca Rodriguez. The project aims to develop the computational models required to investigate the implications of inter-subject variability in the electrophysiological response of the human heart to drug action and disease conditions.


You would be expected to contribute to the development of the mathematical models and parameter estimation algorithms required to capture inter-subject variability in cardiac electrophysiological models, and simulation studies to investigate the impact of inter-subject variability in the electrophysiological response of the human ventricles to ...

THIS VACANCY IS FOR INTERNAL APPLICANTS ONLY



An opportunity has arisen for a full-time Research Assistant in Computational
Cardiovascular Science, led by Professor Blanca Rodriguez. The project aims to
develop the computational models required to investigate the implications of
inter-subject variability in the electrophysiological response of the human
heart to drug action and disease conditions.



You would be expected to contribute to the development of the mathematical
models and parameter estimation algorithms required to capture inter-subject
variability in cardiac electrophysiological models, and simulation studies to
investigate the impact of inter-subject variability in the
electrophysiological response of the human ventricles to ...
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