Are you a clinician and interested in using machine learning to solve a pressing medical problem? Are you a data scientist and interested in validating one of our models on your own dataset? If so, get in touch directly with PI Farah Shamout to discuss your idea, and the prospects and logistics of a collaboration.
We hire PhD candidates via the competitive NYU Global PhD Fellowship for either the (i) PhD in Computer Science or
(ii) PhD in Biomedical Engineering.
The Global PhD Student Fellowship is in collaboration with the NYU Tandon School of Engineering. Students spend the first year in New York for courses, followed by three years of research in Abu Dhabi.
The fellowship offers a competitive compensation package, covering tuition costs, housing in Abu Dhabi, a monthly stipend, as well as additional support for relocation.
Successful candidates are expected to have (i) a Master’s degree in computer science, engineering, or related fields, (ii) track-record of excellent academic achievement (GPA > 3.7), (iii) and an unwavering passion for transforming healthcare. Previous research experience is preferred.
If you are interested or have any questions, please complete this form.
Visiting graduate students
We occasionally hire graduate (MSc and PhD) students as visiting scholars. If you are interested, please share your CV, cover letter, and transcripts via email.
Full-time research positions
We are always searching for talented individuals to join us as post-doctoral associates, research assistants/associates, or research engineers.
It's never too early to get in touch!
Postdoctoral associates are expected to have (i) strong machine learning skills to improve model accuracy, robustness, and explainability, and (ii) exemplary passion to pursue research at the intersection of computing and healthcare. Apply directly on Interfolio.
Research Engineers are expected to have (i) strong engineering skills to find innovative and cost-effective means to improve our research, and (ii) exemplary passion and motivation to pursue multidisciplinary research at the intersection of computing and healthcare. Apply directly on Interfolio.
Research assistants are expected to have (i) hands-on experience with machine learning and data science via course projects, internships, or work experience, and (ii) exemplary
passion and motivation to pursue multidisciplinary research at the intersection of computing and healthcare. Students who currently have or are in the process of completing a Bachelor’s or a Master’s degree in Computer Science, Mathematics, Computer
Engineering, or relevant technical fields are eligible to apply, and the final title is determined based on years of experience.
Apply directly on Interfolio.