Currently, we have a 3-year position for a motivated and creative candidate for a PhD position for researching the development, performance and implementation of machine learning models within anesthesiology and intensive care medicine. Especially at the departments of intensive care and the operating theatre there is an increased need for smart solutions to make good use of the obtained and available data. Real-time decision support, prediction of patient outcome and recognizing worsening states of patients are areas where machine learning can make large steps into providing better healthcare. Two major projects require your expertise: The main project is the Philips Warehouse database, which is a gigantic real-time, continuous biomedical database that contains high frequency sampled data from all ICU patients. Within this project several research angles are addressed like the prediction of arrhythmias or shock at the ICU. The second project is the VHALID project which analyses viscoelastic heaemostatic assays (VHA) for decision support for clinicians regarding management of major blood loss. The PhD-student will be responsible for the analysis and model building for the Philips Warehouse continuous data as well as (in-part) running the VHALID trial. Both analyses will let you learn and explore state of the art modeling and machine learning techniques that contribute directly to innovation on these clinical departments. In addition to the research, the PhD student will be responsible for writing reports and scientific articles, and will be participating in national and international scientific meetings. As a student in the AMC graduate school the PhD student will have access to further training and development. We offer a challenging learning environment in a young team with machine learning experience. The PhD student will have significant interaction with the other PhD students of our research group.
The Anesthesiology and Intensive Care departments of the Academic Medical Center, Amsterdam occupy a leading position internationally in its field of research and participate in a large number of cooperative programs with universities, research institutes and industry. One of the main research lines is the broad field of hemodynamics. The research group of the Department of Anesthesiology, Department of Intensive Care and the Laboratory of Experimental Intensive Care and Anesthesiology exists of a multidisciplinary team with backgrounds in internal medicine, anesthesiology, intensive care medicine, biochemistry and artificial intelligence.
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