The Department of Health Sciences is looking to appoint 2 Research Fellows with experience in epidemiology, and with advanced quantitative skills and competency in Stata.
In role 1 you will contribute to the Healthy Livelihoods theme of ActEarly, a new programme of preventive research, under the supervision of Professor Kate Pickett.
In role 2 you will contribute to the Evaluation theme of ActEarly, a new programme of preventive research, under the supervision of Dr Jane West (BIHR Director of Public Health Research), Professor Kate Pickett and Dr Maria Bryant.
Based in both Bradford (4 days / week) and York, in Role 1 you will conduct individual and collaborative research projects and assist withco-production, stakeholder engagement, data management and statistical analysis in support of the Healthy Livelihoods Theme.
Role 2 will be appointed by the University of York, but will be based predominantly at the Bradford Institute for Health Research (BIHR). In the role you will conduct individual and collaborative research projects and assist with data management and statistical analysis in support of the Evaluation Theme.
In addition, both roles require the successful candidate to conduct literature searches and synthesize research evidence; liais with field sites and staff, investigators and members of the ActEarly Collaboratory in London and Bradford; and attend relevant meetings and developing research agendas based on healthy livelihoods within ActEarly. The successful candidates will also be responsible for writing up of research results and dissemination through publications, seminar and conference presentations and public engagement and outreach activities; contributing to the identification of possible new areas of research; and contributing to the preparation of research proposals and applications to external bodies.
Interviews are scheduled to take place on 29 November 2019.
For informal enquiries for Role 1 contact Professor Kate Pickett at email@example.com; for Role 2 contact Dr Maria Bryant at firstname.lastname@example.org
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