COVID-19 scientist volunteer opportunity with C19.ai - Clinical Outcomes
Hello Fellow Scientists
NSVD has partnered with C19.ai and wants to bring to your attention an opportunity in the Clinical outcomes domain to directly help in the fight against COVID-19.
C19.ai is an open-source, community-based research consortium that uses AI, clinical analytics, and integrated biomedical data for reverse engineering and solving COVID-19. It enables collaboration in a virtual lab between biologists, data scientists, and health professionals.
C19.ai is looking for biomedical researchers and clinicians to join the open-source COVID-19 clinical outcomes team. This team has a specific focus on evaluating areas such as patient cohort generation, deep phenotyping, and longitudinal analyses of treatment paths and outcomes.
While experience in data science will be helpful it is not required. Experts in clinical research, patient care, infectious disease research, and/or treatment are very welcome to contribute.
Any questions about this opportunity should be sent to Dr. Nupur Verma at
COVID-19 National Scientist Volunteer Database coordination team
Which institution are you affiliated with?
City, State, Zip Code
Are you a
Please describe your relevant expertise (select all that apply):
Modern deep learning methods
Image and unstructured text processing
Connecting phenotypes with underlying critical disease drivers and protein pathways
Patient cohort generation (especially in combination with patient genetics)
Other skills/ experience
What would you hope to contribute to a team looking to give every COVID-19 patient the best possible treatment based on patients that have come before?
If you have a link to your CV, Google Scholar, LinkedIn account, GitHub profile, or personal website, please share it here:
Is there anything else we should know about you?
How did you hear about C19.ai?
I am a member of the Covid-19 National Scientist Volunteer Database
I was referred by a member of the Covid-19 National Scientist Volunteer Database
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