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1) York Health Economics Consortium (YHEC), UK

Research Consultant – HTA
 
York Health Economics Consortium (YHEC) is looking to recruit a current MSc student to become a Research Consultant to undertake a range of economic evaluation and modelling projects with a starting date of October 2018. YHEC is a health economics contract research and consulting company owned by, and based at, the University of York.
 
The primary purpose of the role is to develop and critique economic models on a wide range of projects. The candidate will be expected to work in project teams alongside other research staff and project directors.
 
The basic salary will be in the range £25,000 to £38,000 subject to qualifications and experience. There is a performance-related pay scheme in operation at YHEC. The post holder will be eligible to join the YHEC Group pension scheme. Annual leave entitlement will be 30 days per year, plus bank holidays.
 
Please visit http://www.yhec.co.uk/yhec-content/uploads/2018/04/Research-Consultant-HTA-Msc-April-18.pdf for further information about the position, job description and how to apply.
 
The closing date for applications is Friday 18th May at 5pm.

2) PhD Studentship in Health Economics and early cancer detection based at Exeter University UK and Queensland University Australia.

PhD Studentship in Health Economics and early cancer detection based at Exeter University and Queensland University Australia.
Health Economics Group, Institute of Health Research
 
We are offering a prestigious PhD studentship in Health Economics that is generously funded with full tuition fees, stipend, a travel allowance and a research training grant. The successful students will be supervised by Anne Spencer and Willie Hamilton at the University of Exeter and Steve Birch and Geoff Mitchell at the University of Queensland. The student will spend a significant period of time in both the UK and Australia as part of their programme.
 
The project aims to develop the health economics framework in this area and to deliver new knowledge to support decision-making on early cancer diagnosis and co-morbidities by:
•         Using observational data available in the UK and Australia to develop health economics research/analyses to inform on benefits/outcomes of diagnostic testing for people with pre-existing conditions. 
•         Develop and implement a choice based approach (experiment) to explore if patient and practitioner preferences among diagnostic strategies (frequency, invasiveness of test procedures) and outcomes vary according to the presence/type of pre-existing conditions.
 
For more details see http://www.exeter.ac.uk/studying/funding/award/?id=3121.
 
We intend that the successful candidate will have the opportunity to join the Cancer Research UK CanTest international collaborative and the International School in Cancer Detection to produce transformative Health Economics research around the early detection of cancer (www.cantest.org).

3)  Econometrician Research Associate/Fellow, Sheffield University, UK

The School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR), University of Sheffield is seeking to appoint an Econometrician at either Research Associate (Grade 7) or Research Fellow (Grade 8) level. You will join a small research group within HEDS and be managed by Dr Monica Hernandez.
 
You will work as a specialist in the econometrics of health, supporting a range of projects that each aim to develop and apply new and existing econometric methods to a range of health issues. You will be responsible for contributing to this programme of methodological and applied work, developing, testing, refining and applying a range of microeconometric techniques. Applications include modelling health state utility values, joint modelling of wellbeing and utility measures, and the analysis of non-randomised data. You will be actively encouraged to develop your own methodological interests and to provide specialist support to health economists and decision modellers in the HEDS section.
 
This is an opportunity for a very technical applicant to work on high impact studies in the area of health economics. We welcome applications from those currently involved in other areas of econometrics and will provide training to those coming from outside the health field.
 
We build teams of people from different heritages and lifestyles from across the world, whose talent and contributions complement each other to greatest effect. We believe diversity in all its forms delivers greater impact through research, teaching and student experience.
 
Follow @sheffielduni and @ShefUniJobs on Twitter for more information about what makes the University of Sheffield a remarkable place to work.
 
Please follow this link for further information: https://tinyurl.com/ybfkpj9w

4) Research Fellow in economic evaluation, University of Basel, Switzerland.

We are looking for a researcher with a skillset suitable for health economic evaluation projects. The position would currently be funded for one year. 

http://direktlink.prospective.ch/?view=332ceb9f-ff74-4a09-b229-4df1ccb712f4

5) King’s Health Economics (KHE), London

The link to details is:http://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/BJH591/research-assistant-health-economics
 
King’s Health Economics (KHE) at the Institute for Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience is looking to recruit a Research Assistant (Health Economics) to work with Professor Paul McCrone on a portfolio of mental and physical health-related research projects.  If you are currently in a similar position, or if you have recently completed a health economics MSc, and you would like to contribute your skills to this world-leading research and teaching Research Group, then we want to hear from you.
 
The role provides a unique opportunity for early career researchers to provide inputs in cost analyses, economic evaluations alongside trials, modelling studies and other large studies and to undertake systematic reviews.  KHE can offer working in a friendly and cooperative team with excellent training and personal development advantages, including encouraging and supporting you to advance your academic career if you decide to study for a PhD in health economics.  For further information on KHE, see: http://www.kcl.ac.uk/ioppn/depts/hspr/research/KHE/index.aspx .

Booking is open for the KHE 25th Anniversary Conference on 14th June

6) Research Fellow, Centre for Health Economics, University of York, UK

Research Fellow, Centre for Health Economics, University of York

An opportunity is available for a Research Fellow to join an expanding research group within the team for Economic Evaluation and Health Technology Assessment (TEEHTA) at the Centre for Health Economics. 

We are looking to recruit an individual who will contribute to the continued success of our group’s work which focusses on the development and evaluation of precision, personalised and person-centred healthcare interventions (https://www.york.ac.uk/che/research/teehta/personalised-medicine/). The successful candidate will support TEEHTA’s activity by initially working on our NIHR funded programme grant “Facilitating informed decision-making in haemato-oncology”

You will be responsible for the day-to-day conduct of the above research study, carrying out data collection, modelling and data analysis. Candidates must have a Master’s degree in economics, health economics or another quantitative subject such as operational research, applied statistics, or applied mathematics.  Evidence of strong quantitative skills (e.g. decision analytic models, regression analysis and Bayesian methods for evaluation) are required, as well as:

•	Ability to develop research objectives, projects and proposals for own and joint research, with supervision if required
•	Competency to conduct individual and collaborative research projects
•	Ability to make presentations at academic conferences and other events

Candidates will be expected to have knowledge and understanding of economic evaluation or a strong interest in this area alongside experience of carrying out both independent and collaborative research. Experience in developing, evaluating and reporting decision analytic models, regression analysis and Bayesian methods for evaluation is essential.

Main duties of the role are to conduct research under the supervision of senior colleagues and to contribute to the production of research. This will also include communicating the results of research to different groups through written reports and papers, presentations at conferences and other forums, and at workshops and other meetings. The successful candidate will be required to assist in the identification and development of potential areas of research and the development of proposals for independent or collaborative research projects.

Full details: https://jobs.york.ac.uk/wd/plsql/wd_portal.show_job?p_web_site_id=3885&p_web_page_id=348300

INFORMAL ENQUIRIES
Informal enquiries may be made to Prof. Andrea Manca, Professor in Health Economics, tel. 01904 321430, email: [log in para visualizar] or Prof. Mark Sculpher, Professor in Health Economics, tel. 01904 321440, email: [log in para visualizar]

Salary and Terms
Salary will be £31,604 - £38,832 per annum within grade 6 of the University’s single pay spine. This full-time (37 hours per week) fixed term post is available immediately for 22 months.
Closes – 23 May 2018

7) Research Associate / Senior Research Associate in Health Economic Evaluation, Bristol, UK

Research Associate / Senior Research Associate in Health Economic Evaluation, Bristol, UK

This may suit a recent post-grad (MSc, PhD) with some work experience. High-calibre post-grads who are expecting to complete their studies this summer are also welcome to apply.

http://www.bristol.ac.uk/jobs/find/details.html?nPostingId=9714&nPostingTargetId=59334&id=Q50FK026203F3VBQBV7V77V83&lg=UK

The University of Bristol offers this exciting opportunity for an individual with training in health economics who has a particular interest in economic evaluation to develop their career. We wish to appoint a talented Research Associate or Senior Research Associate (depending on experience) in Health Economic Evaluation. You will join the Health Economics at Bristol research group (www.bristol.ac.uk/health-economics) within the Department of Population Health Sciences (www.bristol.ac.uk/population-health-sciences/) at the University of Bristol.

You will work closely with the Research Design Service South West (www.rds-sw.nihr.ac.uk/) and colleagues in Health Economics at Bristol. You will collaborate with clinicians and methodologists from other disciplines to design, conduct and disseminate economic evaluations of health technologies and health services using study designs including randomised trials, cohort studies, evidence synthesis and decision analysis modelling.

There are extensive opportunities for multi-disciplinary collaboration with other research groups including the Centre for Academic Primary Care, the NIHR School for Public Health Research, Bristol Centre for Surgical Research, the Centre for Academic Mental Health, the MRC ConDuCT II hub for trials methodology research and the NIHR Biomedical Research Centre.

For informal enquiries please contact William Hollingworth; 0117 9287355;  [log in para visualizar] or Jenny Ingram; 0117 3314033; [log in para visualizar]
 

8) PhD opportunity at the University of Leeds, UK

PhD opportunity within the Test Evaluation Group, Academic Unit of Health Economics, University of Leeds
Application Deadline Friday 18th May
In recent decades, the use of antibiotics has increased significantly. This has resulted in a rise in the number and type of bacteria resistant to currently available antibiotics. 

A large consortium of researchers at the University of Leeds have secured a 5 year MRC-funded programme grant to accelerate the development of infection diagnostics tools that are urgently required to stop the unnecessary use of antibiotics. The aim of the programme is to design, test and build a rapid point-of-care device for hospital doctors and GPs which can rapidly diagnose a patient’s infection. 

In this PhD project, you will use economic modelling to explore the characteristics of the new test required for it to be clinically- and cost-effective. This project will facilitate the development of strong economic modelling skills, experience in analysing routinely-collected healthcare data, and exposure to the laboratory validation of novel in-vitro diagnostic tests. There is some flexibility in the specific focus of the PhD, but it does need to complement the AMR programme. 

The successful candidate will also be embedded in the MRC Doctoral Training Partnership, Faculty of Medicine and Health, University of Leeds which will provide additional training opportunities and local student cohort activities. 
 
For more details and a link to the application: https://www.findaphd.com/search/ProjectDetails.aspx?PJID=97391

9) Health Economics Research Centre, Nuffield Dept. Population Health, University of Oxford, UK

The Nuffield Department of Population Health contains world renowned population health research groups and provides an excellent environment for multi-disciplinary research and teaching. Based within NDPH, the Health Economics Research Centre (HERC) is a thriving group of health economists/analysts, with a varied research programme and a well-established reputation as a centre of excellence.

We are looking for an experienced and enthusiastic candidate to support the HERC economic research portfolio of economic evaluations in the areas of cardiovascular disease, respiratory disease, type 2 diabetes, stroke, mental health and musculoskeletal disorders. You will undertake a comprehensive economic evaluation, collect, interpret and analyse data and contribute to publications and presentations. The successful candidate will be supported to consolidate and further develop their research and analytic skills.

To be considered for this post you will have a strong graduate and postgraduate qualification in a relevant discipline (e.g. statistics, mathematics, economics, epidemiology or other quantitative discipline) or equivalent relevant experience. You will also have research experience in economic analysis and strong data analysis and programming skills.

Informal enquires should be addressed to Dr Jane Wolstenholme ([log in para visualizar]).

The post is full-time (part-time considered, at least 50%FTE) and fixed-term for 2 years in the first instance.

The closing date for applications is 12.00 noon on 31st May 2018.

For further information and to applyhttps://www.recruit.ox.ac.uk/pls/hrisliverecruit/erq_jobspec_details_form.jobspec?p_id=134407

10) Paid Internship, Cambridge Centre for Health Services Research, UK

We are looking for an undergraduate student in economics or similar with an interest in applying economic principles to problems in healthcare to support a project currently underway at CCHSR. 
 
The work will entail updating a literature review on systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) and running sensitivity analyses on a cost-effectiveness model for SLE. Depending on the candidate, there will also be the opportunity to learn basic coding in the R software package and the basic principles of economic evaluation in healthcare.
 
The internship will be based at the Institute of Public Health on the University’s Forvie Site (next to Addenbrooke’s hospital), and is available for a period of 3 months between now and the end of September 2018 (start date negotiable).  A stipend is payable to cover expenses whilst in Cambridge.
 
For more information please contact:
Dr Ed Wilson,
Senior Research Associate in Health Economics,
Cambridge Centre for Health Services Research,
Institute of Public Health,
University of Cambridge School of Clinical Medicine,
Forvie Site,
Cambridge, CB2 0SR.
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11) Three senior posts in Health Economics/Health Policy/Health Technology Assessment at QMUL, London, UK -

Applications are invited for three Senior Posts in Health Economics based in the Centre for Primary Care and Public Health, shortly to become Barts Institute for Population Health Sciences, Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry, Queen Mary University of London. We are looking for experienced and dynamic researchers to join our growing health economics team. A higher degree in economics, statistics or relevant subject; strong quantitative skills (econometrics/ statistics/ decision modelling/ epidemiology) and ability to work efficiently with (complex) data are essential for all posts. The required level of experience, independence, research standing and record of peer reviewed publications will be commensurate with the post.
 
1.      Senior Lecturer in Health Economics, a permanent post with a starting salary £53,777 to £60,109 per annum (p.a.)https://webapps2.is.qmul.ac.uk/jobs/job.action?jobRef=QMUL14592,
 
2.      AUKCAR Lecturer in Health Economics, a 3-year post in the first instance with a starting salary of £40,865 to £50,881 p.a.https://webapps2.is.qmul.ac.uk/jobs/job.action?jobRef=QMUL14591, and
 
3.      Health Economist, a 2-year post in the first instance with a starting salary of £36,677 to £43,152 p.a.https://webapps2.is.qmul.ac.uk/jobs/job.action?jobRef=QMUL14593.
 
You will join a friendly, cooperative and supportive team with excellent opportunities to develop high quality evaluative research and advance your academic career. Current research portfolio includes applied and methodological studies of impact of diseases and interventions on morbidity, mortality, health-related quality of life and healthcare costs; development of disease models to evaluate long-term impacts of diseases and interventions, cost-effectiveness analyses of healthcare interventions and studies of socio-economic determinants of health.
 
The closing date for applications is 11 May 2018.  Interviews will be held shortly thereafter.
 
Informal enquiries to Prof. Borislava Mihaylova [log in para visualizar]<mailto:[log in para visualizar]> are encouraged.

12) 2 x Health Economics Lecturer posts available at HERG, Brunel, UK

TWO HEALTH ECONOMICS LECTURER POSTS AVAILABLE 
 
Brunel University London is inviting applications for two lecturer posts in health economics. The post holders will work in a collegiate and collaborative environment for the conduct of nationally and internationally relevant teaching and research examining contemporary issues aligned with the College Research Centres and University Research Institutes. Both posts are located in the Division of Health Sciences and aligned to the Health Economics Theme (HERG) in the University’s Institute of Environment, Health and Society. 
 
An attractive pay package together with opportunities for growth. In particular, we are proud of the exceptional development structure for early career academics at Brunel University London. Under Brunel’s Academic Life Cycle policy, the appointment to Lecturer will be subject to a two year probationary period (with associated reduction in teaching duties) followed by a two year development period. Subject to meeting probationary and development targets, the post holder will be promoted to Senior Lecturer after four years.
 
 
Lecturer in Health Economics (Economic Evaluation)
http://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/BJN567/lecturer-in-health-economics-gac0071-1
 
 
Lecturer in Health Economics (Global Health)
http://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/BJN389/lecturer-in-health-economics-gac0068-1/
 
Informal enquiries should be directed to Dr Subhash Pokhrel, Director of Health Sciences on 01895 268745 or [log in para visualizar]
Closing date for applications: 3rd June 2018

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