A Research Fellow position on methodology for medical records analysis is available at the National University of Singapore. The project aims to develop statistical methods to elucidate treatment targets from longitudinal electronic medical records. Potential topics include but are not limited to Bayesian statistics, scalable posterior computation and causal inference. The candidate will work closely with Dr. Willem van den Boom as well as collaborate with clinicians from the National University Hospital.

Qualifications: Applicants should hold or be close to submitting a PhD in Statistics or a related field.

Terms of appointment: The appointment can commence immediately and will be initially for a period of two years.

Compensation: Salary around S$6,000 per month, medical insurance and 27 days of annual leave plus 11 public holidays

Contact person: Interested candidates are encouraged to directly contact Dr. Willem van den Boom (willem@yale-nus.edu.sg) for further details.