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LINGUIST List 19.3789

Wed Dec 10 2008

Jobs: English & Natural Language Processing: Post Doc, U of Minnesota

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        1.    Serguei Pakhomov, English & Natural Language Processing: Post Doc, University of Minnesota, USA


Message 1: English & Natural Language Processing: Post Doc, University of Minnesota, USA
Date: 10-Dec-2008
From: Serguei Pakhomov <pakh0002umn.edu>
Subject: English & Natural Language Processing: Post Doc, University of Minnesota, USA
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University or Organization: University of Minnesota
Department: College of Pharmacy(TC); Computer Science(Duluth)
Job Location: Minnesota, USA
Web Address: http://www.umn.edu
Job Rank: Post Doc

Specialty Areas: Computational Linguistics; Natural Language Processing

Required Language(s): English (eng)

Description:

The University of Minnesota Department of Pharmaceutical Care and Health
Systems (Twin Cities) and the Computer Science Department (Duluth) invite
applicants for a post-doctoral position in health informatics. This
position will support a project that will focus on developing measures of
semantic relatedness among biomedical concepts and applying these measures
for medication safety surveillance. The University of Minnesota has a
strong emphasis on Biomedical and Health Informatics. The successful
applicant for this position will join a dynamic and rapidly growing group
of investigators with a broad spectrum of expertise including informatics,
computer science, pharmacy, medicine, public health, linguistics and
cognitive science.

The successful candidate will have a doctorate degree in computer science,
computational linguistics, information science, health informatics or a
closely related discipline. The candidate will also have a strong
programming background (Java, C++ and/or Perl) as the work will involve
software development and evaluation including database management and
web-based technologies.

Preference will be given to candidates with strong backgrounds in natural
language processing and machine learning and those that have demonstrated
experience in working with measuring semantic similarity and ontological
and terminological resources such as WordNet, UMLS, SNOMED-CT. Familiarity
with building software applications for distributed multi-processor
platforms is also a plus.

Interested individuals should submit a letter of intent, a curriculum
vitae, and contact information for three references to : Dr. Serguei
Pakhomov (pakh0002umn.edu) and Dr. Ted Pedersen (tpedersed.umn.edu)

Application review process will begin on February 1, 2009. This is a one
year appointment, which can be renewed for up to three years.

Application Deadline: 02-Feb-2009

Email Address for Applications: pakh0002umn.edu
Contact Information:
Dr. Serguei Pakhomov
Email: pakh0002umn.edu

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