We are looking for an entrepreneurial, creative and intellectually-curious Senior Data Scientist to join our team in London. The Senior Data Scientist will have experience in applying advanced data science including the use of machine learning to solve real-world data problems.
This is an exciting opportunity to work in a start-up environment with access to real world data assets, leading researchers/clinicians in the ophthalmology field and a wide variety of cutting edge tools. The successful applicant will help to provide oversight of data engineering and algorithm development across a range of data science projects each focussed on the exploitation of the data assets and delivery of real-world clinical insights. The successful applicant will work collaboratively with both internal clinical researchers and external clients, helping each to solve their own data science challenges and to ensure that they are able to extract specific clinical insights from the data.
The ideal candidate will be a proactive and creative problem solver, but will also demonstrate a commercial pragmatism which enables him/her to deliver against often challenging clinical problems. The role requires the candidate to think critically and independently and to work on research-oriented projects, as part of a cross-discipline team with a common goal.
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