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1) CINCH Fellowships, Essen

CINCH welcomes applications for our fellowship programme. There are two fellowships: Junior CINCH fellowships give an opportunity to early
career researchers to come and work with us during the academic year 2021/22. Senior CINCH fellowships are aimed at senior researchers who want to spend a semester at CINCH during the 2022-23 period.

Deadline is 1st August 2021. 
Additional information:

2) Research Fellow in Health Economics x 2, CHE York

Research Fellow in Health Economics (2 posts)

Centre for Health Economics, University of York  - Heslington Campus
Hours of work: Full-time (flexibility available)
Contract: Open or fixed-term (see job details)
Salary: Post 1 - £32,817-£40,322 a year; 
            Post 2 - £32,817-£40,322 or £40,322-£49,553 a year
Interview Date: 28/09/2021
Apply by 19/08/2021

The Centre for Health Economics at the University of York has a leading international reputation and is now one of the world’s largest health economics research centres.  The Centre is committed to the development and application of economics to promote health and wellbeing through the effective, efficient and equitable use of scarce resources.

The research fellows will contribute to a range of projects over time in this broad programme.  Potential projects include trial-based economic evaluations of medical technologies and public health and social care interventions; decision analytic modelling of different interventions including diagnostic and screening strategies; systematic review studies; policy analyses to inform decisions in the UK and internationally; and methods development projects.

Full details about the roles, including job description, person specification and instructions for applying can be found on

3) Research Fellow/Senior Research Fellow at the Australian National University

The Department of Health Services Research and Policy at the Australian National University, Canberra, Australia, is seeking to appoint an economist/health economist to join our team.  

This is an excellent opportunity for a highly motivated researcher to join and make a significant contribution to a growing and vibrant multidisciplinary team, work to deliver high quality research designed to have impact, based at one of the world’s top universities.
We are looking to appoint at either the Senior Research Fellow (Level C) or Research Fellow (Level B) level.

Salary package: $101,805 - $ 115,428 / $122,240 - $135,866  plus 17% Superannuation

Full time, Fixed Term appointment for 2 years (part time also possible)

For position description, selection criteria and to apply online:

Application deadline: 6 Aug 2021 11:55:00 PM AUS Eastern

For informal enquiries, please contact Emily Lancsar on [log in para visualizar]

4) Health economics vacancy: Health Technology Wales.

The vacancy is for a Health Economist at Health Technology Wales, see link below.
I have also attached a pdf copy of the job advertisement, the vacancy closes on the 12th August 2021.  

5) Research Fellow in Health Technology Assessment & Modelling SHTAC
Location:  Southampton Science Park, Chilworth
Salary:   £30,942 to £38,017 Per annum
Full Time Fixed Term until 31/03/2027 (Part time considered)
Closing Date:  Tuesday 03 August 2021
Interview Date:   To be confirmed
Reference:  1290920VB-R

The Southampton Health Technology Assessments Centre (SHTAC) is a centre of excellence for HTA. We find, review and pool clinical evidence and use methods of decision analysis and health economic evaluation to assess benefits for patients and value for health service funders. We are one of nine Technology Assessment Review (TAR) teams funded through the National Institute for Health Research Evidence Synthesis Programme (NIHR ESP) to provide independent and objective reports for the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE). We have an active programme of other funded research, including cost-effectiveness analyses in the context of clinical trials, secondary data analysis and modelling studies.

Working as part of the SHTAC health economic team, you will: critique submitted evidence and models for NICE technology appraisals; review health economic literature; analyse cost and outcome data from clinical trials; develop models to estimate long-term costs and effects; write reports and academic research papers; interact with NICE staff, committees, research collaborators and other stakeholders. You will be encouraged and supported to extend your knowledge of relevant methods, to develop your own research interests, to publish high quality reports and papers and to present at local, national and international conferences and meetings. Funding for relevant training is available, and if needed we will support you in completing a part-time post-graduate course.

You will have a PhD or equivalent professional qualifications and experience in economics, statistics, operational research or another numerate and analytical discipline. In addition to technical knowledge and skills, you must be a good writer, work effectively in a team and communicate well. 
Appointment will be made on the level 4 research pathway scale: £30,942 – £38,017 according to experience.

To apply complete application form on

6) Two funded PhD studentships in public health economics at CHEME, Bangor University

The Public Health Economics Research Group (PHERG) at the Centre for Health Economics and Medicines Evaluation (CHEME) at Bangor University, in conjunction with Hywel Dda University Health Board (West Wales: Ceredigion, Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire) are looking for two outstanding PhD students:
•	Capturing wider value creation in the local economy by the Hywel Dda University Health Board
•	The economics of rural healthcare provision: Hywel Dda University Health Board
Informal enquiries to Professor Rhiannon Tudor Edwards ([log in para visualizar])
To apply: Please send covering letter, CV and example of academic written work. Apply through the Bangor University doctoral training partnerships portal by 27th August 2021:
Stipend: £15,609 per annum for full-time award holders
Start date: 01/10/2021 or as soon as possible afterwards

7) PhD student (fully funded, 4 year) at Erasmus University Rotterdam: Economics of Dementia

We are recruiting a PhD candidate for a 4-year project: Economics of Dementia. You will analyze decisions made by people with dementia and policymakers using linked Dutch administrative and survey data. See this page for details:
PhD students are paid university employees in the Netherlands. You are supervised by Job van Exel, Bram Wouterse and me and you work at the Erasmus School of Health Policy & Management, Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands. 
If you have a question, send me an e-mail ([log in para visualizar]).