1). Senior/Health Economists in HEPRU, Queen Mary University of London
The Health Economics and Policy Research Unit (HEPRU), Queen Mary University of London, UK is looking to recruit Senior/ Health Economists.
Post-doctoral health economists (or equivalent experience) with evidence for high quality research and outputs and an ambition/ aptitude for evaluative data-driven research. Good knowledge of health economics methodology, including economic evaluation and decision analytic modelling, strong analytical skills, and effective team-working and communication skills are essential.
The post holders will join the health economics unit researching the economic aspects of health and disease; the costs and benefits of prevention, diagnosis and treatment; and the contribution and implications for health systems and health policy. They will focus on projects in one or more disease/policy areas involving initiating research proposals; developing/conducting health economic studies emanating from successful proposals; and broader methodological and strategic activities.
The closing date for applications is 17 October 2022. For further details and to apply for the roles, please see:
* Senior Health Economist : https://www.qmul.ac.uk/jobs/vacancies/items/7513.html
* Health Economist: https://www.qmul.ac.uk/jobs/vacancies/items/7513.html
Informal enquiries to Prof. Borislava Mihaylova [log in para visualizar], Dr Yan Feng [log in para visualizar] and Dr Florian Tomini [log in para visualizar] are welcomed.
2) Job Opportunity: Post-doctoral Research Fellow in Health Economics, University of Manchester, UK
Deadline: 4th October 2022
Salary: £43,414 to £53,353 per annum (depending on experience)
This is an exciting post-doctoral position to work primarily on the econometric evaluation of a policy relating to social prescribing link workers in England and Scotland. The successful candidate will also work on other projects related to the econometric analysis of health and social care data.
You will work with Dr Luke Munford, Senior Lecturer in Health Economics; Professor Matt Sutton, Professor of Health Economics; and a wider team based throughout the UK (seehttps://fundingawards.nihr.ac.uk/award/NIHR134066 for more details).
Candidates will need a PhD in Economics or Health Economics. We will consider candidates who have submitted their PhD thesis and are awaiting examination. Candidates will also need experience of analysing large administrative and survey datasets. A proven record of productivity is required, including contribution to manuscripts for academic journals.
The post is available as soon as possible until the 30th September 2024 in the first instance. The provisional interview date is the 20th of October 2022.
Further information, including a link to the application form, can be found using the following link:
Informal inquiries can be directed to Prof Matt Sutton [log in para visualizar] or Dr Luke Munford [log in para visualizar]
3) Lecturer/Associate Professor in Health Economics (ATR1630)
Norwich Medical School
Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences
Lecturer/Associate Professor in Health Economics
£44,737 to £51,805 per annum (Lecturer)
£53,353 to £61,823 per annum (Associate Professor)
The Health Economics Group at the Norwich Medical School, University of East Anglia is one of the largest academic groups in health economics in the East of England, having established itself in the mid-1990s. The group seeks to expand with the recruitment of an additional full-time post (although applications from those wishing to work part-time or as a job share will be considered), at Lecturer or Associate Professor level, to contribute to the Group’s research and teaching profile. The successful candidate will be willing to take a leadership role commensurate with experience and to teach on our Master of Science in Health Economics to ensure the course thrives as a flagship postgraduate course for the Norwich Medical School.
You will contribute to world-leading health economics research and educate health economics, medical and other students at an undergraduate and postgraduate level. Candidates with interests in any aspect of health economics are welcome, although candidates with expertise in health econometrics, discrete choice methodology, or decision analytic modelling for economic evaluation in health technology assessment are particularly encouraged to apply.
You will hold a good first degree in economics, a related quantitative subject, or a relevant health-related degree and good postgraduate qualification with substantial health economics components. You will preferably have prior experience of teaching within higher education, you should be able to contribute to teaching and learning at both Undergraduate and Postgraduate level.
As a member of the Health Economics Group within the Norwich Medical School you will have opportunity to grow research collaborations at UEA and beyond; advance your skills, knowledge and experience; as well as develop the next generation of health economists.
The post is available immediately on a full-time, indefinite basis.
Further details and how to apply can be viewed at:https://myview.uea.ac.uk/webrecruitment/pages/vacancy.jsf?latest=01009071
Informal enquiries can be made to: Professor Tracey Sach (Email: [log in para visualizar]) or Professor Anita Patel (Email: [log in para visualizar])
Closing date: 17 October 2022.
4) Health economics/econometrics of women’s health Research Fellow job
Job advert! Health economics/econometrics, analysis of women's health data. Be part of the NHMRC CRE WaND team! Please contact me for details of the research involved.
5) PhD Scholarship - University of Auckland
PhD – Health Economics – Population Health – Genomics – Cancer
Applications are invited for a PhD Scholarship evaluating the value of genomics in Aotearoa New Zealand. The Scholarship is provided by Te Aka Mātauranga Matepukupuku, the Centre for Cancer Research, at the University of Auckland. The studentship will be based in the School of Population and supervised by Prof Paula Lorgelly.
The scholarship funds fees and a stipend to the value of $33,000 for 3 years. Research costs are also provided. Recruitment is open to both domestic and international candidates. There is no fee differential for international PhD students, and students may work while studying (research assistant and graduate teaching assistant work will be available). Additionally the partner/spouse of an international PhD student can be granted a work visa. New Zealand and its top ranked university the University of Auckland is an attractive place to further your education.
Details of the project are provided below. Please address any enquires to [log in para visualizar]
Candidates are required to start the PhD during 2023. The deadline for applications is the 11th of January 2023, with an ideal start date of 1 March (1 April for international students) 2023.