The Industrial Centre for Artificial Intelligence Research in Digital Diagnostics (iCAIRD) brings together a pan-Scotland collaboration of 15 partners from across academia, the NHS, and industry. Investment to establish iCAIRD as a new Scottish centre of excellence in medical imaging and digital pathology with artificial intelligence includes £10M recently awarded by Innovate UK, while partner companies Canon Medical Research Europe and Philips are providing £5M of additional funding, along with several actively engaged SMEs. iCAIRD is centred at the University of Glasgow’s Clinical Innovation Zone at the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital (QEUH).

The University of Glasgow is actively recruiting for a Governance Officer who will play a key role in defining data governance and management mechanisms, structures and conditions necessary within iCAIRD to support rapid and large-scale growth in AI research within healthcare digital diagnostics in act as a point of contact for research governance advice and guidance, as well as information and support for all types of research proposal originating from the iCAIRD partnership.

The iCAIRD office at QEUH will be your operating base, however you will be expected to work closely with the NHS GGC Safe Haven in Paisley. The University of Glasgow is proud to be the organisational lead for iCAIRD, with other partners based across Scotland – Aberdeen, St Andrews and Edinburgh – to enable joined-up technology development, in close partnership between industry, academia and NHS.

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Closing date: 28th February 2020