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1) Researchers in Health Economics, University of Oxford

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, with a varied research programme and a well-established reputation as a centre of excellence in this field.
HERC currently has two vacancies:  Senior Researcher (Vacancy ID: 142189) and Researcher (Vacancy ID: 142190) in Health Economics/Disease modelling.

Closing Date for applications to both posts is 12:00 Noon, Wednesday 25th September 2019.
We are seeking quantitative researchers to contribute to a programme of work in the field of developing economic analyses/models using large randomised controlled trials and observational data in the field of chronic diseases. Development of a programme of work in the field of lipid modification therapy for reducing cardiovascular risk will be the focus of the post.
Expertise in using R for data management and analyses is a pre-requisite (please submit two A4 pages of executable R code with your application). Excellent interpersonal and communication skills are also essential for this role. The posts are full-time (although part-time considered) and fixed-term for 3 years in the first instance.
Informal enquiries should be addressed to Dr Borislava Mihaylova ([log in para visualizar]).

2) Associate Professor in Health Economics (Economic Evaluation), University of Oslo, Norway.

There is a vacant position as Associate Professor in Health Economics (Economic Evaluation) at the Department of Health Management and Health Economics at the University of Oslo:

3) Reader/Senior Research Fellow, Centre for Health Economics, University of York

Job vacancy: Reader/Senior Research Fellow, 
Centre for Health Economics, University of York

The Centre for Health Economics (CHE) are seeking to appoint a Reader / Senior Research Fellow in Health Economics dedicated to developing and leading excellent research with policy relevance and impact. The appointee will be based in CHE within the Health Policy Team. The Health Policy Team undertakes applied and methodological economics research to critically appraise and evaluate organisational and incentive structures of the health care system. We have established a portfolio of high quality research on the measurement of organisational performance, evaluation of the behaviour of individuals and organisations within the health care system, and evaluation of health policy. Projects include research into funding and resource flows in the social and health care systems, market analysis, incentives and system management, measurement of the quality of health care, and productivity and efficiency analysis.  We have a significant portfolio of research focused on the economics of mental health and mental health policy which is a core element of CHE's research agenda.
The successful candidate will contribute to internationally outstanding research and scholarship, applying an economic perspective to the quantitative analysis and evaluation of health policy.
We are seeking an individual with an outstanding track record of research in health economics and health policy. The successful candidate will be conversant with the range of research methods used in health economics including their application to potentially large and complex / linked data. The appointee will provide senior-level leadership in health economics research within CHE and the University. The candidate will contribute to the Health Policy team’s portfolio of research projects in health economics and policy, and develop new project proposals and related activities.  You will also lead on and contribute to the production of research outputs and research outcomes and publish high impact research in quality journals, and to devise, direct and develop research projects generating external research funding.

Skills, Experience & Qualification needed
- PhD in economics or quantitative subject or equivalent experience
- Well-established national and international reputation in health economics and/or health policy experience
- Experience of generating new and  innovative research ideas, identifying opportunities for collaborative research, and developing research projects generating external research funding.

- A proven track record in research with publications in leading peer-reviewed journals and other publications or outputs
Informal enquiries:

The post is available full-time or part-time (minimum 80% FTE).
Informal research related enquiries can be made to Professor Rowena Jacobs: [log in para visualizar] +44 (0)1904 321425; or Professor Martin Chalkley [log in para visualizar] +44 (0)1904 321433. For more general queries please contact Trish Smith: [log in para visualizar] +44 (0)1904 321444.

Salary will be within the range of £51,034 - £59,135 (Senior Research Fellow) or £51,034 - £62,727 (Reader) a year.

Please outline in a covering letter how you meet each of the essential (and desirable) criteria.

Full details:

Closing date: 26 October 2019

4) Research posts available in the Health Economics Research Unit (HERU), University of Aberdeen.
The Health Economics Research Unit (HERU) is one of Europe’s leading centres for health economics and is located within the Institute of Applied Health Sciences in the School of Medicine, Medical Sciences and Nutrition, at the University of Aberdeen. 

We are a leading health economics research centre, with a reputation for delivering applied and methodological work of the highest quality across a broad range of policy-relevant fields including technology assessment, workforce, person-centred care and public health. 

In 2017, the University of Aberdeen were awarded the Queen’s Anniversary Prize in recognition of world-leading research into health economics and health services undertaken at HERU and the Health Services Research Unit (HSRU) over the last 40 years. The Queen’s Anniversary Prize is awarded every two years to recognise world-class excellence and achievement. It is the most prestigious form of national recognition open to a UK academic institution. The focus of the award is on innovation and practical benefit to people and society. HERU and HSRU were recognised for ‘Health service research leading to improvements in academic and clinical practice and delivery of health care.’
HERU are recruiting for a number of research positions and welcome applications from individuals who relish the opportunity to be involved within our vibrant research-led academic unit.  These posts are:
•	Research Assistant/Fellow x 2 (with Dr Graham Scotland). 
•	Research Assistant/Fellow (with Professor Mandy Ryan).
•	Research Fellow/Senior Research Fellow (with Dr Graham Scotland). 
•	Research Fellow (with Professor Mandy Ryan).
Further details of each post and the application procedure are available at the links above.

The closing date for each of the posts is 27 September 2019.

To find out more about HERU, please visit our website:

5) Post doctorate research in health economics/econometrics, University of Queensland, Centre for the Business and Economics of Health

Two post doctorate positions in health economics/econometrics are now advertised at University of Queensland, Australia – a 3 year post and 1.5 year post. Please note the links below and contact [log in para visualizar] if interested.

6) Analysis Group London - Full time Opportunities
Founded in 1981, Analysis Group is one of the largest international economics consulting firms, with more than 1,000 professionals across 14 offices. Analysis Group’s health care experts apply analytical expertise to health economics and outcomes research, clinical research, market access and commercial strategy, and health care policy engagements, as well as drug safety-related engagements in epidemiology. Analysis Group’s internal experts, together with its network of affiliated experts from academia, industry, and government, provide our clients with exceptional breadth and depth of expertise and end-to-end consulting services globally. In all of our endeavors, we offer experienced researchers in biostatistics, statistics, health economics and pharmacoepidemiology the opportunity to play a leading role in our research.
We are currently seeking full time candidates for our London office. 

If there are any questions about the roles or AG, please don’t hesitate to contact Holly Juliano and/or Johannah Mitchell at [log in para visualizar]

7) DaCHE, Danish Centre for Health Economics, Department of Public Health, University of Southern Denmark

DaCHE – the Danish Centre for Health Economics, Department of Public Health, University of Southern Denmark invites applications for a 3-year post doc position in health economics.  

Application deadline is September 29, 2019. 

For more information, see: