The Institute of Applied Health Research at the University of Birmingham are seeking to recruit a Research Fellow in health economics, with an emphasis on service delivery research. This job provides a superb opportunity for a committed quantitative researcher to develop an international profile in a high demand but presently under-researched area of service delivery health economics. It provides an opportunity to work on established evaluations of national service delivery interventions while developing cutting edge methods for such evaluations. It also offers an intellectually stimulating yet supportive disciplinary environment including well-formed Health Economics and Statistics groups.
The post is particularly suitable for someone with a PhD in Health Economics, but those with PhDs in a broadly related area (e.g. biostatistics, operational research, welfare economics) who are interested in moving into health economics are also welcome to apply. This post would also be suitable for a mathematician or a statistician with an interest economics, an economist with an interest in statistics or an epidemiologist with good numeracy skills.
The closing date for this position is 3 January 2021.