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Placement through Fenchurch Associates; United Kingdom

Published: July 11, 2020   09:35

     
                        
Workload: 100%
Duties: Prioritize updates of best estimate assumption reviews based on market needs and taking a risk based view on the need for updates. Play a role in coordinating the update, including mobilizing research and local teams where needed; Engage with the local and research teams during the review itself providing technical input; checking for reasonableness and adequacy of approach and forming the pricing view on the reviewed assumption. Challenge the approach where needed; Share experience of other reviews and connect people to ensure a coordinated and best practice approach to assumption and guideline review between markets; Arrange sign-off of guideline and assumption updates on behalf of the Chief Pricing Actuary; Work with IT and associated teams to manage the guideline platform (‘xWiki’) to maintain guidelines and manage sign-offs
Minimum Requirements: 8y+ experience in the international Insurance/Reinsurance industry, with significant experience in a research or technical pricing role; Management/project management experience; Experience of multiple markets and products would be an advantage; Strong appetite and proven ability to work in an international context with cross-team collaboration; Open-minded, result oriented, you work in an autonomous, organized and rigorous manner. You have proven communication skills especially in a complex context

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Published: July 11, 2020   09:34

     
                        
Duties: Tutoring in Mathematics, Statistics, Computer Science, Physics, Engineering, Chemistry, Biology, Languages & TOEFL, Economics, Calculator Technical Assistance, GMAT & SAT, Others; you pay 150 CHF, Euro or US$ for your advert to appear on www.acad.jobs/Tutoring for one year. For an additional cost of 200 CHF, Euro or US$, your listing will appear in the "Featured Tutors" section on the main page of www.acad.jobs/Tutoring. Banner: Annual cost is 500 US$ per 20 % call probability at www.acad.jobs/Tutoring
Minimum Requirements: Degree or student or other experience in Mathematics, Statistics, Computer Science, Physics, Engineering, Chemistry, Biology, Languages & TOEFL, Economics

University College London (UCL); London, United Kingdom

Deadline: August 9, 2020 | Published: July 10, 2020   14:35

     
                        
Department: Institute for Global Health - Lancet Countdown: Tracking Progress on Health and Climate Change
Workload: 100%
Duties: We are looking to appoint a motivated health researcher with a keen interest in the links between human wellbeing and global environmental change, to join the next phase of the Lancet Countdown: Tracking Progress on Health and Climate Change, an independent, international and multi-disciplinary research collaboration based out of the Institute for Global Health, University College London. The collaboration brings together 27 academic and UN Institutions from every continent, tracking the world's response to climate change and the health implications of action and inaction; The successful candidate will join the working group at the Lancet Countdown in central London, which includes the University College London, the World Health Organisation, the World Meteorological Organisation, University of Washington, Yale University, and Umea University; The post-holder will be responsible for supporting the Lancet Countdown's second working group, focussed on health adaptation,...
Minimum Requirements: A PhD or equivalent experience in quantitative analysis and methods, related to public health, climate change, environmental sciences, or a relevant field; Experience including: providing quantitative analytical support and expertise across the broad array of sector methodologies; managing and maintaining large databases to support the development of indicators or metrics; experience of working in a academic environment, including the development and drafting of academic research papers. The ability to respond creatively and rapidly to requests for new analysis with novel approaches, to support policy engagement and communications outreach efforts; Applicants will have an excellent command of written and spoken English, with the ability to draft and edit academic manuscripts for publication. Advanced skills in Microsoft applications

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Published: July 10, 2020   09:33

     
                        
Duties: Here you find a list of all institutions (universities and companies) with direct links to their jobs site. This is to our knowledge the most comprehensive global list you will find. Additionally, you will find many jobs that are currently not advertised at www.acad.jobs or elsewise. This is useful, if you definitely want to work in a particular country
Minimum Requirements: If you are working in an institution that wants to be listed and if you are in charge, please contact us. Please contact us if a link is broken

University College London (UCL); London, United Kingdom

Deadline: August 7, 2020 | Published: July 10, 2020   06:09

     
                        
Department: Cancer Institute - CR UK Clinical Trials Centre
Workload: 100%
Duties: The TRACERx initiative, a large scale longitudinal genomics study in lung cancer utilizing deep multi-region tumour sequencing. The focus of the project is the investigation of lung cancer evolution and the development of high throughput bioinformatics techniques to decipher cancer mutational signatures, tumour evolutionary trajectories and interactions with the tumour microenvironment through the disease course; The successful candidate will be based in the Cancer Evolution and Genome Instability laboratory based at the Francis Crick Institute. The research will be conducted in close collaboration with the Thoracic Oncology department at UCLH, laboraties at both the Francis Crick Institute and UCL Cancer Institute together with national partners in the TRACERx Cancer Evolution consortium. The successful candidate will join a successful multi-disciplinary team of cancer evolutionary biologists and lung cancer translational research clinicians, through which all stages of novel cancer t...
Minimum Requirements: We are seeking a collaborative and self-motivated bioinformatician postdoc to work on evolutionary biology in lung cancer based around analysis of next generation sequence data and the tumour microenvironment from the TRACERx longitudinal lung cancer program at the Francis Crick Institute. The successful applicant will have a proven track record of publications, have previous experience with NGS data analysis, be fluent in at least one of the following programming languages: C++, Python or R, and is expected to have strong skills in the field of genomics and desirably one or more of the following: cancer biology, evolutionary biology, statistics, mathematics or machine learning. Prior experience with data analysis based on integrating large datasets is essential

University College London (UCL); London, United Kingdom

Deadline: August 5, 2020 | Published: July 10, 2020   06:04

     
                        
Department: UCL Queen Square Institute of Neurology - Department of Neuromuscular Diseases
Workload: 100%
Duties: Applications are invited for a Research Fellow to work on a UK Dementia Research Institute funded project Regulation of axonal transport in health and neurodegenerative diseases which aims to discover fundamental mechanisms regulating axonal transport in health and neurodegenerative condition including amyotrophic lateral sclerosis and fronto-temporal dementia by integrating novel molecular, cellular and in vivo experimental paradigms; The successful applicant will have the opportunity to use a variety of techniques, including, but not limited to, live imaging, intravital microscopy, and molecular, cellular and functional approaches
Minimum Requirements: The successful candidate will have a PhD in Neuroscience, Biology or related discipline (awarded or in the final stages of completion). Applicants must have experience in neurobiology research, live cell imaging, working with primary neuronal cultures, confocal microscopy and image analysis. The post requires strong problem solving abilities and excellent oral and written communication skills. Ability to maintain high standards of technical excellence and experimental reproducibility, IT proficiency at advanced user level (Spreadsheet, Word Processing, Database, Email, Web based applications) is essential; Experience in managing mouse colonies and regulated procedures, including being a Personal Licence holder is desirable

Airbus Group; Newport, United Kingdom

Published: July 7, 2020   13:47

     
                        
Duties: We are looking for a System Engineer (Cyber Security) within Airbus Cyber Security in Newport, South Wales. Reporting to the SDA (Senior Design Authority) the system engineer will collaborate with a team of Software, Hardware, Mechanical and FPGA engineers to deliver High Grade Crypto and Key Management solutions and will provide "system level" thinking and solutions to the team
Minimum Requirements: You will possess a fundamental understanding of the Systems Engineering process, coupled with experience of applying your skills within a complex technical environment; You will be able to demonstrate knowledge and application of contemporary Systems Engineering practices and methods and have the ability to apply relevant Systems Engineering methodologies and toolsets; Being able to apply 'Systems Thinking' to problems at a technical, project or enterprise level is highly desirable; INCOSE; ASEP/CSEP/ESEP Certification would be desirable; Ideally suited to a Software Engineering background preferably within C# or C+ expertise

The MathWorks, Inc.; Cambridge, United Kingdom

Published: July 7, 2020   13:21

     
                        
Duties: Using industry experience & product knowledge to engage with customers and understand their workflow, requirements and problems, and then providing in-depth technical guidance on the optimal use of physical modelling to address their needs; Developing and delivering product presentations; Working with our development organisation to prioritise the development of new features in our products
Minimum Requirements: A bachelor's degree and 5 years of professional work experience (or a master's degree, or equivalent experience) is required; Experience in building physical models of systems, especially in the mechanical, thermal and fluids domains; Experience working in a customer-facing role; MATLAB or Simulink experience

University of Southampton (Soton); Southampton, Hampshire, United Kingdom

Deadline: August 31, 2020 | Published: July 6, 2020   16:02

     
                        
Duties: This project will focus on the use of Topological Data Analysis within networks to look at how the structure of a large scale knowledge interaction changes over time and influences the changing shape of scientific research. The research will explore recent mathematical techniques on the algebraic topology of large datasets, and apply those techniques to scientific research networks. We are particularly interested in the temporal dynamics of networks i.e. the way that large scale topological features change over time to identify the appearance of key influencers and the effects that they have on science, scholarship and innovation
Minimum Requirements: A good undergraduate degree (at least a UK 2: 1 honours degree, or its international equivalent) in a relevant computational subject, such as Computer Science, Software Engineering or Mathematics. Advanced AI experience is not needed but applicants should demonstrate an interest in social applications of AI and/or experience of interdisciplinary research. For candidates from non-computational backgrounds, programming experience would be desirable

University of Southampton (Soton); Southampton, Hampshire, United Kingdom

Deadline: July 16, 2020 | Published: July 6, 2020   16:00

     
                        
Duties: A Research Fellow in Data Analysis is required to join the University of Southampton and contribute towards a project utilising satellite data to make predictions about the destination of ships. This is part of a collaborative project between Polychord, a University of Cambridge spinout, and the University of Southampton’s Maritime Engineering Group. The project will take the Polychord tool, originally developed to deal with data that came from the Planck satellite and went from the present day to the Big Bang, spanning ten billion years, and transfer its application to analysis in the marine domain. It is an excellent opportunity to develop practical Machine Learning skills with the support of world-leading experts at the University of Southampton, the University of Cambridge and the Alan Turing Institute, the UKs national institute for AI and data science
Minimum Requirements: PhD or equivalent professional qualifications and experience in Engineering, Computer Science, Science or Mathematics; Strong interest in developing Machine Learning skills; Strong organisational and communication skills, comfortable talking with colleagues, stakeholders and potential customers; An interest in the commercial impact of relevant research

University of Southampton (Soton); Southampton, Hampshire, United Kingdom

Deadline: August 5, 2020 | Published: July 6, 2020   15:58

     
                        
Duties: We have an exciting opportunity to work within the clinical trials unit. You will work with the Senior Statistician and the trial teams and will take responsibility for trial analysis plans and interim and final trial analyses while developing expertise in study design and grant application writing. Candidates should have a PhD or equivalent qualifications and experience in statistics or another relevant discipline. In addition, you should be familiar with either STATA or SAS, have good communication skills, possess initiative, and be able to work effectively within a team
Minimum Requirements: For the post the successful applicant will have significant experience of oncology clinical trials in the NHS or the commercial health research sector. Early phase trial experience would be an advantage. The successful applicant will also have a good understanding and knowledge of GCP and clinical trial regulations, and be willing to travel within the UK

University of Southampton (Soton); Southampton, Hampshire, United Kingdom

Deadline: August 3, 2020 | Published: July 6, 2020   15:56

     
                        
Duties: We have an exciting opportunity for a Senior Statistician within the CTU. This post provides an exciting opportunity to make important contributions to clinical research. You will provide statistical oversight for studies/trials assigned within the Clinical Trials Unit and will be responsible for all statistical aspects of clinical trials within the CTU portfolio of studies. The post holder will supervise medical statisticians working on all aspects of the CTU clinical trials. You will develop links with investigators throughout the UK to develop new phase II and III trials. You will be joining a busy, motivated and highly regarded team of 12 statisticians
Minimum Requirements: Successful applicants will have a PhD or equivalent professional qualification and experience in statistics or another relevant discipline as well as experience in the design, conduct, analysis and reporting of clinical trials and other well designed studies, be competent with either STATA or SAS and have excellent organisation and communication skills

University of Southampton (Soton); Southampton, Hampshire, United Kingdom

Deadline: August 5, 2020 | Published: July 6, 2020   15:55

     
                        
Duties: We are now seeking a senior research scientist to investigate single-cell gene expression and chromatin accessibility in normal and malignant immune cells, as part of the CRUK Accelerator grant ‘Early Cancer Research Initiative Network on Monoclonal B-cell Lymphocytosis (ECRIN-M3), awarded to Dr Francesco Forconi with Professor Jonathan Strefford. The candidate will work as part of a multi-disciplinary team investigating the biology of early-stage mature B-cell neoplasms. The successful candidate will analyse next-generation sequencing (NGS)-based expression and ATAC-seq data, at the bulk and single-cell level, with subsequent downstream modelling and molecular studies. The ultimate aim will be to identify and functionally characterize expression patterns determining progression to overt leukaemia, highlighting potential cancer biomarkers
Minimum Requirements: The successful candidate will have extensive bioinformatics experience working on genomic, transcriptomic of epigenomic NGS data sets, including experience of high-level data integration. The successful candidate will work within a dynamic, productive and friendly team of geneticists, bioinformaticians and, molecular/cellular biologists and clinical scientists within the ECRIN-M3 programme and across the School of Cancer Sciences based at Southampton General Hospital. This project offers the opportunity to develop a wide range of NGS and bioinformatics and provides the prospect of collaborative work with national and international opinion-leaders in the areas of computational methods for the analysis of high-throughput RNA and ATAC-seq data. Your work will have important implications for the clinical management of patients, including the development of better methods of patient stratification

University College London (UCL); London, United Kingdom

Deadline: August 3, 2020 | Published: July 6, 2020   11:20

     
                        
Department: Computer Science
Workload: 100%
Duties: A multidisciplinary consortium from UCL comprising the Advanced X-Ray Imaging group in the Department of Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering, the Photonic Innovations Lab in the Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering, and the Centre for Inverse Problems in Computer Science has received strategic funding from UKRI (Nikon-UCL Prosperity Partnership on Next-Generation X-Ray Imaging) to support a partnership tasked with developing disruptive approaches to the use of x-rays in science, industry, medicine and security; The research fellow will develop innovative reconstruction algorithms involving phase retrieval, compressed sensing, deep learning, and large scale optimisation. The project will involve detailed mathematical and computation development and the successful applicant will work closely with the experimental teams to ensure that translation to real applications will be realised; The duration of the post is 01 October 2020 to 31 May 2022 in the first instance
Minimum Requirements: Applicants must hold, or be about to receive, a PhD in computer science, mathematics, physics, or a closely related field in engineering sciences. Good programming skills in a high-level language e.g. C, C++, Python. Interest in imaging science, inverse problems and machine learning

Clinipace; High Wycombe, United Kingdom

Published: July 4, 2020   12:10

     
                        
Duties: The Principal Statistical Programmer is responsible for all aspects related to programming activities for the data preparation and analysis of clinical data. Duties include creating all datasets, tables, listings and figures according to the specific project Statistical Analysis Plan (SAP) as well as coordinating Quality Control efforts and implementing all programming required for study/project completion. The Principal Statistical Programmer serves as a project lead and project manager for statistical programming services
Minimum Requirements: BSc, MSc or equivalent experience in information technology, mathematics, statistics or medical documentation; Minimum of 8 years experience in processing and analysing clinical trial data or demonstrated aptitude for statistical programming work; > 6 years practical experience in the use of a statistical software package (like SAS or R) with respect to all aspects of software development and validation

University College London (UCL); London, United Kingdom

Deadline: July 15, 2020 | Published: July 4, 2020   12:03

     
                        
Department: UCL Queen Square Institute of Neurology - Department of Clinical and Movement Neurosciences
Workload: 100%
Duties: Applications are invited for a Research Fellow in the Department of Clinical and Movement Neurosciences, UCL Queen Square Institute of Neurology under the supervision of Professor Huw Morris. This is an outstanding opportunity to work independently on the new MRC funded MD-GAP project linking genetics with pathology - Defining and diagnosing neurodegenerative movement disorders through integrated analysis of Genetics and neuroPathology (MD-GAP). The project will involve cutting edge genetic analysis, developing new tools to understand and diagnose neurogeneration. The project will include genetics, quantitative pathology and machine learning. It will involve cross correlation between genetic risk, gene expression, pathology and clinical variation. This is a fast moving field with rapid development in single cell sequencing, publically available datasets and machine learning tools likely to play a part in this project; The post-holder will lead this project and will be a post-doctoral s...
Minimum Requirements: Applicants should have a PhD in a relevant discipline and experience in genetics and/or molecular pathology and/or data driven approaches to pathology. The ability to write clearly and succinctly for publication is essential, as is the ability to organise own work without extensive supervision and to prioritise own work in response to deadlines. Strong problem solving abilities, a flexible approach to work, the ability to present research findings with authority and coherence to a variety of audiences, and previous scientific publications are also a requirement. IT proficiency at developer level (developing scripts/pipelines for data analysis e.g. in R) is desirable

Edge Hill University; Ormskirk, Lancashire, United Kingdom

Deadline: July 13, 2020 | Published: July 3, 2020   12:13

     
                        
Duties: You will work across the Medical School and contribute to the development and analysis of assessment data. You will support teaching in medical and health professional programmes and support the analysis of quantitative health research in the Faculty of Health, Social Care and Medicine. You will be supported to develop a research profile
Minimum Requirements: You will have expertise in medical statistics or epidemiology and a detailed knowledge of health statistics and a willingness to learn about psychometric methods in medical education assessment

University of Wolverhampton; Wolverhampton, West Midlands, United Kingdom

Deadline: July 20, 2020 | Published: July 3, 2020   12:11

     
                        
Duties: organising activities and events to promote level 3 mathematics to students in Key Stage 4; organising tuition for students of Further Mathematics, when schools and colleges are unable to provide it directly themselves; organising professional development for teachers of GCSE, A level Maths and Further Maths, and Core Maths; advising and supporting schools and colleges with developing their level 3 mathematics provision; coordinating support for students preparing for university mathematics entrance examinations; liaising with Maths Hubs and other stakeholders to improve level 3 mathematics in your area
Minimum Requirements: You will have substantial experience of teaching Core Maths and/or A level Mathematics and Further Mathematics, outstanding organisational and project coordination skills, excellent communication skills, excellent IT skills, the ability to build and maintain good professional relationships, and will be a confident and enthusiastic teacher with a passion for mathematics

University College London (UCL); London, United Kingdom

Deadline: July 14, 2020 | Published: July 3, 2020   09:56

     
                        
Department: UCL Queen Square Institute of Neurology - Wellcome Centre for Human Neuroimaging
Duties: The Physics group at the Wellcome Centre for Human Neuroimaging (aka The FIL) seeks a highly-motivated individual to work on MRI methodology research aiming to better understand the workings of the human brain in health and disease. The Centres extensive facilities include a new 7T Siemens Terra; two 3T Siemens Prisma MRI scanners (including an optical motion tracking system for prospective motion correction); a CTF-Omega 275-channel Magnetoencephalography (MEG) system; a dedicated facility mobile MEG using optically-pumped magnetometer technology; as well as EEG, TMS and tDCS systems; The Centre has pioneered many neuroimaging methodologies, including Statistical Parametric Mapping (SPM). The Physics group specializes in the development of a broad range of methods including functional, structural and diffusion MRI, and provides expert advice to enable neuroscientific studies to our collaborators, see: http://www.fil.ion.ucl.ac.uk/Research/physics.html; The post-holder will engage in t...
Minimum Requirements: Applicants must have a PhD (Senior Research Fellow) or, if not already held, the PhD must be obtained by the agreed start-date (Research Fellow applicants only) in a topic related to MRI physics. Strong programming expertise (e.g. Matlab or C/C ) and expert modelling the MRI signal, e.g. as part of image formation, biophysical modelling, or Bloch/EPG simulations is also essential. Applicants must be specialised in at least two (Research Fellow) or three (Senior Research Fellow) of the following: pulse sequence programming, particularly for Siemens (IDEA/ICE); RF pulse design and/or parallel transmission; conducting and analysing human neuroimaging studies using qMRI or fMRI at ultra-high field; image reconstruction including advanced parallel imaging techniques, e.g. compressed sensing, and open platforms such as Gadgetron; biophysical modelling, e.g. relaxometry models, diffusion processes, physiological models and neurovascular coupling. Senior Research Fellow applicants must also ha...

Aston University; Birmingham, West Midlands, United Kingdom

Deadline: July 23, 2020 | Published: July 2, 2020   12:49

     
                        
Duties: Applications are invited for the post of Lecturer for the BEng and MEng programmes in Biomedical Engineering at Aston University. The post holder will contribute to developing and enhancing research and teaching activities in the field of Biomedical Engineering and influence the course design and delivery. We are looking for an ambitious educator and researcher to expand the range of competences of our team. We are particularly keen to hear from applicants with experience in Neuroscience and Medical Imaging
Minimum Requirements: The ideal candidate is expected to have a PhD in a relevant discipline and an emerging or established research profile with experience of the following or similar required: EEGlab, FieldTrip, Mimics, Brain computer interfaces; Further to this, experience with Labview, Solidworks and Matlab or C like programming would be valued

Aston University; Birmingham, West Midlands, United Kingdom

Deadline: July 26, 2020 | Published: July 2, 2020   12:46

     
                        
Workload: part-time
Duties: We are seeking enthusiastic applicants keen to develop their teaching skills. The successful candidate will be joining the Mathematics Group in delivering our quality applied mathematics degree programmes at undergraduate level. They will have the opportunity to supervise undergraduate and postgraduate projects, be involved with our mathematics student society activities, and to engage externally through contributing to industrial networks, masterclasses and summer schools
Minimum Requirements: Candidates will hold a PhD in Mathematics or Physics. A demonstrated track record of independent working, time management and successful delivery of objectives is also required, together with excellent written and oral communication skills

Cardiff University; Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom

Deadline: July 25, 2020 | Published: July 2, 2020   12:26

     
                        
Duration: 3 y
Duties: The School of Optometry & Vision Sciences at Cardiff University is seeking applications for the position of Research Associate (Grade 6) for a project funded by the Fight for Sight charity entitled, ‘Translating myopia genetics discoveries into strategies for early detection and mechanistic insight.’ The research associate will join a research team led by Professor Jeremy Guggenheim (Cardiff University) and Cathy Williams (University of Bristol) studying the eye disorder, myopia. The research associate will analyse clinical, epidemiological and genetic data from UK Biobank and the Avon Longitudinal Study of Parents and Children (ALSPAC)
Minimum Requirements: Postgraduate degree at PhD level in a related subject area or relevant experience. The successful candidate will have a range of expertise in biostatistics, working with large datasets, genetic analysis of complex traits and programming. They must show a willingness to develop skills and working towards specific project milestones. Self-motivation and good time-management will be essential for this role

Freie Universität Berlin, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Technische Universität Berlin, University of Oxford, WIAS; Berlin, Oxford, Germany, United Kingdom

Deadline: August 10, 2020 | Published: July 2, 2020   11:00

     
                        
Workload: 75%
Duties: Our PhD projects in stochastic analysis span from fundamental mathematical questions to applications in Biology, Data Science and Statistics, Finance, and Physics. Jointly supervised by leading experts from Berlin and Oxford, the Berlin IRTG students will form a team with a similarly large number of students on the Oxford side, supported, e.g., by the Centre for Doctoral Training "Mathematics of Random Systems"
Minimum Requirements: successfully completed university degree (Master, Diplom or equivalent) in Mathematics or closely related disciplines; strong knowledge of stochastic analysis; good command of English or German, together with good academic writing and presentation skills required; the willingness to learn either English or German is expected; eagerness to engage in exchange with Oxford partners, also during a six months research visit in Oxford

d-fine GmbH; London, United Kingdom

Published: July 2, 2020   08:59

     
                        
Duties: Quantitatively and qualitatively modelling risk; Building new tools; Data analysis; Model validation; Mathematical modelling; Software development; Develop project specifications, present solutions and write reports; Build up skills and expertise that can be shared and leveraged within the firm
Minimum Requirements: Outstanding university degree (Master/PhD) in physics, mathematics, computer science or natural, engineering or economic sciences with a corresponding quantitative, analytical or technological specialisation; English language proficiency; Possess significant IT knowledge coupled with strong programming skills; Familiar with at least one of the following subjects: mathematical statistics, numerical analysis, simulation techniques (e.g. Monte Carlo), optimisation methods (e.g. simulated annealing), and financial mathematical modelling; Ability to work well in a team; Ability to communicate effectively with peers as well as with senior employees of d-fine and our clients; Work experience in trading, treasury or risk management may be an additional advantage

Anglia Ruskin University; Cambridge, United Kingdom

Deadline: July 13, 2020 | Published: July 1, 2020   17:29

     
                        
Department: Faculty of Health, Education, Medicine & Social Care
Duration: 1 y       
Workload: 100%
Duties: An excellent opportunity has arisen for an enthusiastic scientist to join the Vision and Eye Research Institute (VERI). VERI is part of the new School of Medicine. In the latest Research Excellence Framework (REF2014) review, VERI’s profile was rated ‘World Class’, ‘Internationally Excellent’ and ‘International’. You’ll work within a multi-disciplinary research team on a project that investigates factors that contribute to the risk of eye diseases. The project aims to improve evidence base on factors that increase the risk and management of eye diseases. You will be expected to handle population data, carry out data and evidence synthesis, write high quality journal papers and apply for additional research funding
Minimum Requirements: With a PhD in a medical, Allied or Public Health discipline with experience in bio-statistics and data/evidence synthesis, you’ll have experience of quantitative research methodology, writing research papers, data analysis and working with patients. The ability to speak additional languages will be an advantage


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