Research Fellow (Health Economics)
- UNIVERSITY OF GREENWICH
- Greenwich / Avery Hill, United Kingdom
- £35,333 to £40,931 plus £3875 London weighting per annum
- 11 Jan 2023
- End of advertisement period
- 05 Feb 2023
- Academic Discipline
- Clinical, Pre-clinical & Health, Other Health & Social Care
- Job Type
- Academic Posts, Research Fellowships
- Contract Type
- Fixed Term
- Full Time
School of Health Sciences
Location: Greenwich & Avery Hill
Salary: £35,333 to £40,931 plus £3875 London weighting per annum
Contract Type: Fixed Term
Release Date: Tuesday 10 January 2023
Closing Date: Sunday 05 February 2023
Interview Date: To be confirmed
The Institute of Lifecourse Development (ILD) launched in 2019 and is developing a health economics capacity to support its research activities. We are recruiting a health economist to work alongside current ILD members, particularly Professor Paul McCrone, Professor Rosana Pacella (ILD Director), and the leads of the seven ILD centres. This post would suit candidates with a relevant PhD and some applied research experience.
The post holder will work on different research studies funded by external bodies such as NIHR, the Wellcome Trust and the Medical Research Council. The studies will include randomised controlled trials with a cost-effectiveness component, modelling studies, and analyses of routine data. The successful applicant will have experience of applied health economic research, be proficient in quantitative analyses, and write to a high standard.
Should you have any informal enquiries please contact Professor Paul McCrone at email@example.com
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