Research Assistant

£38,308 - £46,155
Town/City London NW1 5TE
Payment type Monthly
Region London
Contract type Fixed term
Closing date
Hours Full-time
Job reference B02-04003
Type of employer Private provider
Name of employer Doris-Eva Bamiou
Workplace Centre for auditory and vestibular neuroscience, National Hospital for Neurology Neurosurgery

Other benefits

The job will provide training in multisensory rehabilitation of complex balance patients and opportunity for academic development/PhD award.

Vacancy details

We seek to appoint a Research Assistant Audiologist/Physical Therapist to support the Horizon Health funded vestibular neuroscience TeleRehabDSS project. TeleRehaB DSS targets the promotion of AI adoption in everyday clinical practice for balance  rehabilitation training. An AI-based decision support system (DSS) will be developed expanding upon the  existing Augmented Reality (AR) rehabilitation training platform, with its balance exercises, exergames,  cognitive training and remote patient monitoring with wearables and IoT devices from HOLOBALANCE  project. This will provide suggestive feedback for experts through the entire clinical rehabilitation pathway for high need patients: those with balance impairment after stroke or in the presence of mild cognitive impairment or long Covid.


The post-holder will be based at the UCL Ear Institute and UCL Institute of Neurology/National Hospital for Neurology Neurosurgery where the clinical study will take place. This an 100% part time post is available for 36 months from January 2023 until the 31st December 2026. The post holder will be expected to support the project, the PI Prof Bamiou and CoInvestigators Prof Kaski, Dr Koohi and Dr Pavlou in the TeleRehabDSS research: patient recruitment; retrospective and prospective data collection and participation in analysis; Ethics; Liaising with the technical partners; Patient Public engagement and involvement and Dissemination. The post-holder would be encouraged/expected to apply for and supported to obtain a scholarship for PhD tuition fees at UCL.

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How to apply

Please check UCL job link as above or this link here:…

You will need your CV and qualification certificates while you can use LinkedIn details to fill in the form. Alternativley you may email your CV and qualification certificates with a short statement of interest to Professor Bamiou at email above.

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