The successful applicant will work within a large collaborative team of scientists, clinicians and patients. They will work on the development of novel cancer risk modelling methods and will apply those to data from large epidemiological studies to address key challenges in breast, ovarian and prostate cancer risk prediction. There will be the opportunity to work on several specific research questions including: modelling the uncertainty in personalised cancer risks; risk prediction of breast and ovarian cancer subtypes; cancer risk prediction in individuals of non-European ancestry; and prediction of contralateral breast cancer risks.
Start Date: 1st October, 2023 (Michaelmas Term 2023)
Supervisor: Professor Antonis Antoniou
Closing date for applications: 18 November 2022
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