Zürich Your responsibilities Section lead of digital pathology focus areas in a) tissue microenvironment analysis or b) molecular profiling Project-specific development of image analysis and machine learning algorithms for disease classification and patient stratification Promote the development of digital pathology at Zurich University Hospitals Participate in national and international collaborations involving academia and industry Post-doc fellows with exceptional qualifications may be granted responsibility for co-supervising MSc, PhD, or MD students on a subject related to their research Scientific publications and presentations at national and international conferences are expected Your profile PhD in computer science, engineering, bioinformatics, natural science, biomedical science, statistics, or applied mathematics Prior research experience of 1-2 years using advanced machine learning for image analysis, ideally on histopathological images Experience in programming, statistical data analysis and visualization Track record of high quality publications with at least one first-author paper in a peer-reviewed journal Excellent analytical, communication and writing skills; ability to professionally communicate with scientific and lay audiences Interest in real-life application of image analysis to diagnostics Excellent English language skills are required Our offer We offer an interdisciplinary post-doctoral position connecting digital pathology with bioengineering and clinical science at the Institute of Pathology and Molecular Pathology, University of Zurich. The position will be directly supervised by the Prof. Viktor Kölzer, lead for digital pathology at Zurich University Hospitals. In Zurich, you will be immersed in a dynamic, open and motivating academic environment. We are supported by intra- and extramural funding and are involved in several high-visibility national and international academic and industry collaborations (University of Oxford, University College London, University of Leiden, ETH Zurich, University of Bern, University of Basel, Palleon Pharmaceuticals, Roche, IBM Research). For informal inquiries, please contact Prof. Dr. Viktor Koelzer. email@example.com. We look forward to receiving your online application Über das USZ The University of Zurich is a leading center for several important developments in precision medicine including tumor genomics, proteomics and digital medicine. The Quantitative and Digital Pathology Group is spearheading the digitalization of pathology for the analysis of diagnostic tissue samples from clinical workflows and experimental cancer research. The Institute of Pathology and Molecular Pathology is centrally located in Zurich city, one of the most highly ranked cities in regards to safety and living quality in the world. The diagnostic services are fully accredited and are working with the latest technology standards in all areas. The Institute includes tissue pathology / cytology / post-mortem / neuropathology departments, a state-of-the-art molecular pathology laboratory, tissue research facility, centralized tissue bank and cancer registry.