Opportunity details

Study participants needed for interviews on AI-driven cancer therapies

60 minute Interview - What should researchers consider when using AI to treat cancer?

Link to organisation:

https://tasfunctionality.bristol.ac.uk/swarm-study/

Full description:

Would you like to help in deciding on what future cancer therapies should look like and how they should be managed in clinical trials? If so, volunteers are needed to discuss benefits and considerations of nanoswarms cancer clinical trials through a series of 60-minute interviews.

The research is part of the SWARM study – Small robots With collective behaviour as AI-driven cancer therapies; building Regulations for future nanoMedicines. See more here https://tasfunctionality.bristol.ac.uk/swarm

Date from

27th June 2022

Date to

27th December 2022

Organisation

University of Bristol, UKRI Trustworthy Autonomous Systems Node in Functionality

Research at the Functionality Node is focusing on evolving functionality of autonomous systems and how it needs to be specified, designed, verified, validated, curated and regulated to ensure it is safe, reliable, resilient, ethical and trustworthy. This is being achieved through a range of research approaches and case studies.

Attachment

SWARM study interview Flyer.png


Details

Topic:

Cancer

Location:

UK wide
[Not applicable]

Involvement type:

Designing and managing

What support is offered?

Resources and information is available on the website (https://tasfunctionality.bristol.ac.uk/swarm-study/) and any questions can be directed to Matimba.Swana@bristol.ac.uk

Payment:

As a token of thanks for your time, we will offer you a £10 Amazon voucher, or we will make an equivalent value donation to a charity of your choice.

Expenses:

No

Can the work be done from home?

Yes

Suitable for a beginner?

Yes