Postdoctural Research Associate in Epidemiology / Statistics

The University of Liverpool

Liverpool, Merseyside

34,188 - £39,610 pa

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FACULTY OF HEALTH AND LIFE SCIENCES

INSTITUTE OF POPULATION HEALTH SCIENCES

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH & POLICY

POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCH ASSOCIATE IN EPIDEMIOLOGY/ STATISTICS / DATA SCIENCE


We are looking to appoint an enthusiastic research associate with advanced skills in epidemiology/statistics /health data science. You will work with Professor Sarah Rodgers to develop a portfolio of work using large electronic health record datasets, with a particular focus on reducing health inequalities. The post will contribute to a number of the department’s research themes in NCD prevention, maternal and child health and health data science, as well as contributing strategically to the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences’ priority themes. You will work as part of a multidisciplinary team, delivering data management and analysis of large health databases.

This post will provide opportunities to develop skills in public health epidemiology with a strong focus on health inequalities, alongside other opportunities for development in research and teaching. You will be able and willing to take a substantial degree of responsibility for your own work, in return for the flexibility within the role to develop your own ideas.

You will hold a PhD in epidemiology, statistics or equivalent. You should have a background in database epidemiology or data science, with a proven commitment to carrying out high quality original research. A research interest in the environmental and social determinants of health is a benefit. Experience of using data analysis packages such as R or Stata is essential, and SQL skills are desirable.

The post is available as a fixed-term position from 1 June 2019 to 30 April 2022.

Job Ref: 011608

Closing Date: 23 May 2019



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