This is an exciting opportunity for a highly motivated research fellow with experience in quantitative data analyses and handling large data sets to contribute to the multi-disciplinary team in the Martin House Research Centre (www.york.ac.uk/mhrc).
You will be a member of the Martin House Research Centre working under the direction of Dr Lorna Fraser at the University of York. This Centre is based in the Department of Health Sciences at the University of York and is a collaboration with the Social Policy Research Unit at the University of York (www.york.ac.uk/spru), the University of Leeds and Martin House Children’s Hospice (www.martinhouse.org.uk). The Centre’s aim is to undertake high quality research that will help to ensure that all children with life-limiting conditions and their families receive equitable, high quality care.
The successful candidate will have a strong background in quantitative data analysis and handling large health data-sets. They will work on projects using cancer registry data, hospital episodes statistics, office for national statistics and CPRD data and will be involved in preparing data access applications, developing research question(s) and data analyses plans, data cleaning, data analyses and manuscript/report writing. They will be expected:
This is a full-time, fixed term post for 27 months, starting 1st October 2020, with the potential for extensions subject to availability of further funding.
Interview date: 17 August 2020
For informal enquiries, please contact Professor Lorna Fraser at firstname.lastname@example.org
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