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1)PhD Studentship opportunities at the Centre for Health Economics, University of York, UK

PhD Studentship Opportunities at CHE, University of York, UK
 
We are looking for exceptional students to apply for 3 funded PhD opportunities at the Centre for Health Economics (CHE). 
 
(1)    CHE will fund a maximum of two students from the first two topic areas: 
Topic 1: Linking value of information analysis to policy: development and application of a tool to support research prioritisation decisions in different settings.  (Registered through Department of Economics)
Supervisors:  Dr Claire McKenna and Professor Karl Claxton.
Topic 2: Access to mental health care services. (Registered through Department of Economics)
 
Supervisor:  Professor Rowena Jacobs.
(2)    The White Rose Studentship Network and CLAHRC will fund the following studentship:
Topic 3: Marginalised communities.  (Registered through Department of Health Sciences)
Lead Supervisor:  Dr Gerry Richardson
Co-Supervisors:  Melanie Jones (University of Sheffield) and Maria Horne (University of Bradford)
This Phd project is part of the network “Health Economics Across Sectors: reaching out across boundaries” led by Tracey Young (University of Sheffield).  
Full details and a description of each topic are here:
http://www.york.ac.uk/che/news/2015/phd-opportunities/ 

Deadline for applications: 20 March 2015.
Interviews: 14 April 2015.

2) head of research - National Cancer Registry, Ireland

The National Cancer Registry Ireland wishes to recruit a leader for its programme of research. This is an opportunity for an established researcher to carry forward and develop our large, well-established and varied research programme in cancer epidemiology and health services research, including health economics. 

For full details see:http://www.ncri.ie/content/head-research


3) Research Assistant in Health Economics, Oxford, UK


NUFFIELD DEPARTMENT OF ORTHOPAEDICS, RHEUMATOLOGY AND MUSCULOSKELETAL SCIENCES
 
Research Assistant in Health Economics (116940)
 
Grade 6: £27,057 per annum
 
We are seeking a highly motivated Research Assistant to join Dr Pinedo-Villanueva in the Nuffield Department of Orthopaedics, Rheumatology and Musculoskeletal Sciences in the Botnar Research Centre, University of Oxford, UK.
 
The Musculoskeletal Epidemiology Unit performs economic evaluations alongside clinical trials and using modelling techniques with data from a growing portfolio of observational cohorts for which information is collected on resource use and outcomes. One of the Unit’s strengths is in outcome prediction and its translation into health-related quality of life. You will be responsible for health economic analysis of the data and will be involved in the analysis of resource use, costs and clinical effectiveness measures, including health-related quality of life, collected from clinical trials, observational cohorts, large datasets or published literature. Other duties include data cleaning and formatting, preparing progress reports and contributing to publications and presentations.
 
You will have a relevant first degree and postgraduate qualification in health economics or in a relevant discipline and have a commitment to academic research and teaching. You will have good data analysis skills in Excel and Stata and have excellent time management skills. The ability to work effectively both independently and as part of a team is essential as is the ability to work flexibly. Previous research experience in health economic evaluation and experience of writing reports and manuscripts would be desirable.
 
This is a full time fixed-term appointment for 1 year.
 
The closing date for applications is 12 noon on Wednesday 25 March 2015. You will be required to upload a supporting statement and CV as part of your online application.
 
To apply for this role and for further details, including the job description and selection criteria, please click on the link below:
 
https://www.recruit.ox.ac.uk/pls/hrisliverecruit/erq_jobspec_version_4.jobspec?p_id=116940
 
4)  Academic Unit of Health Economics, Leeds, UK


Academic Unit of Health Economics (AUHE)
Leeds Institute of Health Sciences
School of Medicine
University of Leeds
 
Research Fellow or Research Assistant in Healthcare Decision Modelling
Full time - Fixed term for 3 years (further funding may be available)
 
We are looking for an enthusiastic and talented academic researcher who will focus on decision modelling to enable the economic evaluation of healthcare interventions. This post is available immediately. This is an opportunity to join a thriving health economic research team with a commitment to supporting and developing its members and which offers excellent opportunities for career development. We have a wide portfolio of funded research projects which provides the opportunity to gain experience in a broad range of health economic methods and their application and further develop your own areas of expertise and interests.
 
The University of Leeds is committed to providing equal opportunities for all and offers a range of family friendly policies (http://hr.leeds.ac.uk/homepage/4/policies). The University is a charter member of Athena SWAN and holds the Bronze award. The School of Medicine gained the Bronze award in 2013.  We are committed to being an inclusive medical school that values all staff, and we are happy to consider job share applications and requests for flexible working arrangements from our employees.
 
Research Assistant - University Grade 6 (£25,513 – £30,434 p.a.); or Research Fellow - University Grade 7 (£31,342-£37,394 p.a.) depending upon qualifications and relevant experience
 
Informal enquiries regarding the post should be directed Professor Claire Hulme, Head of Unit, Academic Unit of Health Economics, Tel: +44 (0) 113 343 0875, [log in para visualizar]
If you have any specific enquiries about your online application please contact Sue Davis, Tel + 44 (0) 113 3430831, [log in para visualizar]
 
For full details visit: https://jobs.leeds.ac.uk/vacancy.aspx?ref=MHIHS1023
 
Interviews will be held on Wednesday 29 April 2015
Job Ref: MHIHS1023                                                                   
Closing Date: 19 April 2015         


5)Postdoctoral Fellowship in Economic Evaluation of Genetic Technologies, University of British Columbia, Canada

Postdoctoral Fellowship in Economic Evaluation of Genetic Technologies
Collaboration for Outcomes Research and Evaluation, Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences, CAUSES Clinic, BC Childrens Hospital - A University of British Columbia Partnership
 
Over the last few years, genetic technologies, and specifically genome-wide DNA sequencing, has emerged as a robust method of identifying mutations that cause hundreds of serious or life-threatening conditions in patients with previously-undiagnosed diseases.  By identifying the underlying cause, this technology can provide specific information about what to expect in the future and guide access to targeted therapies that can save the lives or improve the health of people with rare genetic forms of heart, liver, kidney or bone marrow failure, developmental abnormalities, intractable seizures, metabolic diseases, rare cancers, severe adverse drug reactions, or recurrent infections of unknown cause.  Although world-class researchers are using this technology in Vancouver, genome-wide sequencing is currently not available as a clinical test for most patients who need it.  Economic evaluation is needed to assure equitable and cost-effective access to genomic testing, to fuel further research for better care for patients with serious genetic diseases, and to provide evidence to policy and decision makers regarding healthcare funding for certain diagnoses.

With this increasing need for economic evaluation of emerging genetic technologies and targeted therapies, we are offering a PDF training opportunity through a partnership between the CAUSES Clinic at BC Womens and Childrens Hospital, and the Collaboration for Outcomes Research and Evaluation (CORE) (www.core.ubc.ca).  The CAUSES Clinic is a pilot project to make genome-wide sequencing available to find the cause of unexplained severe diseases in British Columbia families.  Its integrated multidisciplinary program will assure equitable and cost-effective access to genomic testing.  The University of British Columbias Collaboration for Outcomes Research and Evaluation (CORE), located within the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences, is a multidisciplinary group of researchers with expertise in clinical pharmacy, pharmacoepidemiology, health economics, health services research, program evaluation and health promotion research.

Applicants will have a PhD in epidemiology, health economics, health policy, health ethics/bioethics, human genetics, or a discipline related to the objective of economic evaluation of genetic technologies, with some previous experience and interests in the area. The successful applicant will be responsible for research related to the economic evaluation of the implementation of genome-wide sequencing for the diagnosis of previously undiagnosed rare genetic disorders. With this partnership, the Fellow will have a unique opportunity to be supervised and mentored by leading researchers, clinicians, and policy makers.

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

Preferred start date is April 2015 but is negotiable.  The applicant will be required to provide a rationale and justification for applying for this Fellowship in Economic Evaluation of Genetic Technologies, and outline their specific objectives for the duration of the fellowship. Interested and qualified applicants should send curriculum vitae, a description of your research experience and most significant research accomplishments, a statement of your research interests, and the contact information for three referees via email to:

Ms. Litsa Blanis
Email : [log in para visualizar]
Project Manager | Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences
Collaboration for Outcomes Research and Evaluation (CORE)
The University of British Columbia | Vancouver Campus
2405 Wesbrook Mall
Vancouver, BC   V6T 1Z3
Canada

6) Assistant Professor in Health Economics, Nottingham, UK

Assistant Professor in Health Economics
University of Nottingham - Primary Care
Location:	Nottingham, UK
Salary:	£34,233 to £45,954 Please see advert
Hours:	Full Time
Contract Type:	Permanent
 
Placed on:	20th February 2015
Closes:	23rd March 2015
Job Ref:	MED358514
Location: University Park
Salary: Per annum, depending on skills and experience. Salary progression beyond this scale is subject to performance.

Applications are invited for the above permanent post providing excellent opportunities for further career development as a health economist. The successful candidate will join the Division of Primary Care at the University of Nottingham. Part of the National Institute of Health Research (NIHR) School for Primary Care, the Division is one of the leading units for academic primary care in the UK.

The successful candidate will contribute to research themes in Primary care (see: www.nottingham.ac.uk/medicine/about/primarycare) with related opportunities to develop their own portfolio, including across the School of Medicine and wider University which has an established health economics community. The post holder will be expected to supervise postgraduate research students and contribute to some health economics teaching.

Applicants will be expected to have an undergraduate degree, or equivalent (in relevant discipline e.g. health economics, economics, or economics-related statistics) and a PhD (or to have submitted PhD prior to taking up appointment) or equivalent in a relevant field; with experience of a range of economic analyses, and relevant peer-reviewed publications.
This is a permanent post on the Research and Teaching scale.

Informal enquiries may be addressed to Professor Joe Kai, email: [log in para visualizar] Please note that applications sent directly to this email address will not be accepted.

http://jobs.nottingham.ac.uk/Vacancy.aspx?id=3863&forced=1

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