Alzheimer Europe is recruiting a Project Officer for risk prediction, artificial intelligence and data governance

Project Officer for risk prediction, artificial intelligence and data governance (full time), on a permanent basis

As the Project Officer, you will:

  • Collaborate with projects funded by Horizon Europe and the Luxembourg Fonds National pour la Recherche (FNR)
    • ADIS (Early diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease by immune profiling of cytotoxic lymphocytes and recording of sleep disturbances)
    • Pattern-Cog (Personalised ageing pattern for early risk detection and prevention of cognitive impairment and dementia in cognitively healthy individuals)
    • eBRAINS-Health – Actionable Multilevel Health Data
  • Contribute to discussions on risk prediction & detection, data sharing and data governance, as well as on artificial intelligence
  • Contribute to the development of policy positions on risk prediction, detection and disclosure
  • Collaborate with the public involvement team to identify the views of people with dementia and mild cognitive impairment on these topics
  • Contribute to the communication and dissemination activities of EU-funded research projects
  • Support the communication of medical and research developments to the wider dementia community and the general public via the organisation’s newsletter and website

You should have the following experience and qualities:

  • Completed university education in a scientific field (such as epidemiology, bioinformatics, artificial intelligence or another field relevant to the position)
  • Experience in a similar position (background in data governance or data sharing policies would be considered an advantage)
  • A detailed understanding of dementia research and/or data governance and sharing
  • A perfect knowledge of English (knowledge of other European languages would be a plus)
  • Excellent writing and communication skills, including communicating scientific concepts in easy-to-understand language
  • Experience of social media
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications
  • A keen sense of responsibility, initiative and ability to work in a small team
  • Willingness to travel abroad and present at project meetings, scientific conferences and other networking opportunities

To apply for the position:

Please send your CV, together with a cover letter (both documents in English), by 13 March 2022, to: Alzheimer Europe, 14, rue Dicks, L-1417 Luxembourg or via E-mail to

There are two more open job positions:

  • Project Officer for Public Involvement (full time), on a permanent basis &
  • Administrative Assistant (full time), on a permanent basis

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