University of Sheffield

The role requires knowledge of Mendelian randomization (MR) techniques, developing statistical methods to test and improve MR on GWAS data, and working with genomic UK biobanks. Qualified applicants should have training in mathematics,biostatistics, or statistical genetics. Applicants should have the ability to collaborate well and communicate scientific materials to non-scientists.

Full time
University of Sheffield Regent Court, Bradfield Road, Hillsborough, Sheffield, UK
This is an exciting opportunity for a Lecturer in Cybersecurity at the University of Sheffield. Cybersecurity is a rapidly growing interest at Sheffield. You will join the Security of Advanced Systems Research Group in the Department of Computer Science, led by Professor John Clark. Sheffield’s strength in engineering brings many opportunities for collaborative research in cybersecurity, in areas such as smart buildings, robotics and advanced manufacturing. To drive our research agenda in cybersecurity forward, we are now seeking to appoint a Lecturer to join the existing academics in the group. We are seeking a candidate with an outstanding record of scholarship in cybersecurity. Suitable areas of expertise include (but are not limited to): development of security protocols, cryptographic fundamentals, authentication mechanisms (e.g., protocols and biometrics), security of modern systems architectures and supporting technologies (IoT, cloud, software...