Clinical Research Fellow in Epidemiology (part-time, 0.4 FTE) (LSRF1)
Category: Academic | Department: Faculty of Epidemiology & Population Health | Closing Date: 25 Sep 2014 | Clinical research fellow in epidemiology - 0.4 FTE fixed term for 1 year We wish to appoint a medically qualified epidemiologist. The post holder will undertake a study to assess the association between antibiotic exposure and acute vascular events utilising the within-person self-controlled case series approach. They will also contribute to a range of different projects working with academic staff within the Electronic Health Records Research Group. The post offers an excellent opportunity to join a large thriving research group and to gain experience and skills across a wide area of electronic health records research. We have close collaborative links with the Medical Statistics Department at LSHTM, the Clinical Practice Research Datalink and the Farr Institute. Applicants must be medically qualified and have a post-graduate qualification (MSc or PhD) in epidemiology or medical statistics. The post will be based in the Department of Non-Communicable Disease Epidemiology at the London School of Hygiene and tropical Medicine LSHTM. The post is part-time, 0.4 FTE for a fixed term of 12 months to start as soon as possible. The exact days of the week to be worked is flexible and will be agreed with the post holder. The post is funded by the Wellcome Trust and will be on the School’s Clinical Research Fellow scale with a starting salary of £33,597 - £45,728 per annum, pro rata, depending on experience and qualifications. The post will be subject to the LSHTM’s terms and conditions of service. Applications should be made on-line via our website jobs.lshtm.ac.uk. The reference for this post is LSRF1. Applications should include the names and email contacts of 2 referees who can be contacted immediately if shortlisted. Any queries regarding the application process may be addressed to ######### . Closing date for the receipt of applications is 10pm, 25 September 2014. Applicants are encouraged to discuss the post with Dr Ian Douglas (######### ) or Professor Liam Smeeth (######### ). The London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine is committed to being an equal opportunities employer.
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