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CINCH, a German health economic research center, is offering short-term visiting fellowships to early career researchers in the field of health economics.

The fellowships are aimed at researchers with an interest in health economics who have graduated within the last five years or are close to completion of their PhD.

The fellowships cover the travel and accommodation expenses of the applicant.
In order for the applicant to experience the vibrant health economics community at CINCH, we prefer applicants to visit during term time.

The dates for the next terms are 17.10.2017-10.02.2017 and 18.04.2017-28.07.2017.
Application Criteria:

-Graduated within the last five years or close to completion of their PhD

-Competitive research proposal within the remit of CINCH

-Visits should take between two and four months
Application Material:

•Dates of potential visit
•Research proposal with a justification how it matches with CINCH
•One recommendation letter from a supervisor or line manager
Benefits to Applicant:

•Visit of a major German health economics research unit
•Presentation in the health economics seminar series
•Publication of the work in the CINCH working paper series
•Guidance with respect to housing, public transport, etc.
Possibility to:
•Access high-quality German (administrative) data
•Collaborate with CINCH researchers
•To use the Essen Laboratory for Experimental Economics
•Present, collaborate and use resources from the affiliated institutions RWI and DICE
Please send your application to [log in para visualizar]

The deadline for applications is the 31st of July.