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Research Associate in Computational Cardiovascular Science

Posted: 16th July 2019

Department of Computer Science, Parks Road, Oxford.
Research Associate in Computational Cardiovascular Science
Fixed-term from 1 October 2019
Grade 7: £32,236 - £39,609 p.a.

We have an opening for a full-time Research Associate to work within the Computational Cardiovascular Science Team from 1 October 2019, for a fixed-term period of 3 years.  We are looking for a highly motivated scientist to conduct research within the Computational Cardiovascular Science Team (

Under the supervision of Professor Blanca Rodriguez (Professor of Computational Medicine) and Doctor Alfonso Bueno-Orovio (BHF Intermediate Fellow), you will have responsibility for carrying out impactful research on atrial fibrillation at the interface of cardiology and computational modelling and simulation science. You will work in close collaboration with our clinical and industrial partners, and other members of the team. We will support your career development, through supporting your scientific work, and also through attendance to conferences, student supervision and supporting applications for personal fellowships, as appropriate.

You will hold a PhD (or be close to completion) in Biomedical Engineering or Computer Science. You will have experience on computational biomedical modelling and simulation and a strong track scientific track record in related areas (multiscale modelling and simulation, cardiac electrophysiology and/or atrial fibrillation).

For further details and to apply please visit:  

The closing date for applications is 12 noon on 16 August 2019. Interviews are expected to be held on 16 September 2019.

Our staff and students come from all over the world and we proudly promote a friendly and inclusive culture. Diversity is positively encouraged, through diversity groups and champions, for example, as well as a number of family-friendly policies, such as the right to apply for flexible working and support for staff returning from periods of extended absence, for example maternity leave.