We are currently inviting applications for two exciting new opportunities to join and work with the NIHR ARC North Thames.
Job role: Research Fellow/Senior Research Fellow in Health Economics, ARC North Thames
Working as a member of the ARC Research Partnership Team (RPT), you will apply appropriate and innovative health economics and quantitative research methods to a range of experimental and observational study designs used in population health and health services research.
You will have an opportunity to:
- Lead (Senior Research Fellow) or contribute to (Research Fellow) the design and analyses of health economic research and evaluations
- Support and advise other researchers on appropriate choices of economic methods for evaluation of research projects
- Design and conduct research projects in collaboration with researchers and staff in healthcare/public health organisations
You should have a PhD in health economics, or equivalent research experience, and have experience of developing and delivering successful research grant funding applications, and a good peer reviewed publication record.
Applications close on 22nd June 2021. This post will be funded for 2 years in the first instance, with the potential of an extension.
Job role: Research Fellow/Senior Research Fellow in Health Economics, Department of Applied Health Research, UCL
UCL are inviting applications to work with the Health Economics Group across the Department of Applied Health Research (DAHR), the ARC North Thames, and UCLPartners.
They are seeking to appoint a highly motivated individual with experience in health economics, econometrics, medical statistics or related areas. The post holder will primarily lead (Senior Research Fellow) or contribute to (Research Fellow) the design and analysis of health economic studies of large-scale health policy programmes and econometric evaluation of health and social care interventions.
This is an exciting opportunity to undertake health economics research that directly informs policy making by harnessing large, linked health and care data.
Applications close on 4th July 2021. This post is funded until 31 May 2023, in the first instance, beginning as soon as possible.