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We just opened a text mining and NLP position at our group. We search for a technical researcher in bioinformatics, medical informatics, natural language processing, computational linguistics or language engineering with a strong background in Machine Learning (ML), who will be responsible of the integration of data and the implementation of search tools into the platform for natural language processing designed by the unit. Key Duties Design, implementation and evaluation of text mining, NLP, deep learning and ML tools and models applied to the clinical and biomedical application domain. Coordination and organization of shared tasks and evaluation campaigns (like IberLEF, CLEF eHealth,..). Technical coordination and supervision of Gold Standard annotation projects to generate high quality text corpora.
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