AI decision support tool in cancer-internship

“While durable responses and prolonged survival have been demonstrated in many cancer patients treated with immuno-oncology (I-O) anti-PD-1/PD-L1 therapy, there remains a need to improve the ability to predict which patients are more likely to receive benefit from treatment with I-O.
We have recently received funding to probe and analyse clinicodemographic, digital pathology and cancer genomic data (e.g. next generation sequencing data) to develop predictive models for response assessment, development of drug resistance and treatment toxicity.
We are looking for medical interns( up to 10hrs/week, flexible and remote) to work with our AI engineers to develop an AI decision support tool. This opportunity is unpaid in the first instance, though we are keen to work with the successful intern to apply for grant funding to sustain their role going forward.
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