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Position: Research Fellow - Epidemiology/Applied Statistics
Institution: University of Keele
Location: Keele, Staffordshire, United Kingdom
Duties: The overall aim of this post is to work within the multidisciplinary research team to provide a high level of quantitative expertise to support the delivery of studies relevant to musculoskeletal problems in primary care. This work is directly linked to the NIHR Research Professor of General Practice's programme of research. You will use quantitative methodology to analyse epidemiological data from big data sets (e.g. CPRD) other consultation based datasets and epidemiological surveys. Clinical areas will predominately focus on gout, polymyalgia rheumatica, rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis
Requirements: You will have a PhD or equivalent in statistics, epidemiology, public health or quantitative research methods and possess in-depth experience in the design, conduct, analysis, write up, and presentation of quantitative research. You will have a track record of publication in high quality journals, work well within a multidisciplinary research team and have demonstrable organisational skills
   
Text: Job details Job title Research Fellow: Epidemiology/Applied Statistics Job reference KU00000874 Date posted 22/08/2018 Application closing date 21/09/2018 Location Keele University Campus Salary Grade 8: Starting Salary in the range of £41,212 - £49,149 Job category/type Academic and Research Job description Three Years Fixed Term The overall aim of this post is to work within the multidisciplinary research team to provide a high level of quantitative expertise to support the delivery of studies relevant to musculoskeletal problems in primary care. This work is directly linked to the NIHR Research Professor of General Practice's programme of research. You will use quantitative methodology to analyse epidemiological data from big data sets (e.g. CPRD) other consultation based datasets and epidemiological surveys. Clinical areas will predominately focus on gout, polymyalgia rheumatica, rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis. You will have a PhD or equivalent in statistics, epidemiology, public health or quantitative research methods and possess in-depth experience in the design, conduct, analysis, write up, and presentation of quantitative research. You will have a track record of publication in high quality journals, work well within a multidisciplinary research team and have demonstrable organisational skills. Good time management skills and ability to work independently are also essential. If you would like to discuss this position further, please do not hesitate to contact Professor Christian Mallen (c.d.mallen@keele.ac.uk) Keele University values equality and diversity across our workforce and to ensuring our staff community is reflective of the diversity of our student population. In support of these commitments the University welcomes applications from individuals of Black, Asian and ethnic minority backgrounds for all roles. Keele University employees wishing to apply should login to Employee Self Service and click on the 'View current vacancies' link. For further details about this role, please click on the link below: Job Description and Person Specification Closing date for applications: 21st September 2018 Post reference: KU00000874
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