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Fri Mar 16 2012
Jobs: NLP, Bionlp: Post Doc, University of Colorado School of Medicine
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From: Kevin Bretonnel Cohen <kevin.cohengmail.com>
Subject: Natural Language Processing, Bionlp: Post Doc, University of Colorado School of Medicine
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University or Organization: University of Colorado School of Medicine
Department: Computational Bioscience Program
Job Location: , ----------------
Web Address: http://compbio.ucdenver.edu/
Job Rank: Post Doc
Specialty Areas: Computational Linguistics; Natural language processing, BioNLP
The Biomedical Text Mining Group of the Computational Bioscience Program
at the University of Colorado School of Medicine has a position open for a
post-doctoral fellow to work with Dr. Kevin Cohen for up to three years,
beginning July 1, 2012. Projects on which you will work will involve negation,
temporality, and information extraction, among others. The ideal candidate
- Experience with genomics journal articles
- Experience with clinical text and medical records
- A background in rule-based systems
- A background in machine learning
Desirable skills include:
- Programming in Java and a scripting language
- Software testing
- Experience with UIMA
Past participation in BioCreative and TREC is also a plus.
Candidates must have a Ph.D. in hand. The National Library of Medicine
training grant that funds this position restricts it to U.S. citizens or permanent
Successful candidates will be offered the NRSA specified stipend, based on
years of experience (see
insurance, $2000 per year in travel support, and $6500 per year in additional
Send a cover letter, curriculum vitae, and a statement of research interests to
the application email address below; also arrange for three letters of
recommendation to be sent to the same email address.
UC Denver School of Medicine is an equal opportunity employer. Women
and minorities are especially encouraged to apply.
Application Deadline: (Open until filled)
Email Address for Applications: liz.pruettucdenver.edu
Dr. Kevin Bretonnel Cohen
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