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BC Women’s Hospital & Health Centre and Women’s Health Research Institute are seeking a Postdoctoral Fellow (PDF) in the Complex Chronic Diseases Program (CCP) led by Dr. Luis Nacul for a 1-year term with a possibility of extension subject to funding. The position will be physically located at BC Women’s Hospital Campus as part of Department of Family Practice, Faculty of Medicine at the University of British Columbia.
Project Summary: The BC EP-ME Study: Establishing a Population-based Cohort of People with Myalgic Encephalomyelitis in British Columbia: Feasibility Study, led by Dr. Luis Nacul, aims to establish a population-based cohort to help propagate much-needed research developments pertaining to ME/CFS in BC. Using data from consenting participants with and without ME from the BCGP, this project will help inform the future creation of the first Canadian data registry of ME/CFS. Factors such as personal health history, physical measurements, and history of viral exposures will be compared between participants with and without ME/CFS to better understand disease risk factors.
The fellow will take a leadership role in supporting the BC EP-ME study and related Pillar 2 activities within ICanCME. This role will include opportunities for collaboration on research projects and interdisciplinary professional development activities across the network and research group strategic initiatives and their respective core projects. This will include collaboration on the already established Complex Chronic Diseases Program Data Registry (CCDPR) and the Pillar 1 virology study, “The contribution of virus infection to ME: A comprehensive virology study using the BC Generations Project (BCGP) and the Canadian Partnership for Tomorrow Project (CPTP) cohort”.
April 30, 2022 - 12:00pm: Application submission deadline
May 1, 2022: Desired start date
Please email Carola Muñoz (Research Manager) at email@example.com with ‘CCDP PDF Application’ in the email subject line. Applications will be reviewed starting March 30, 2022 and will remain open until filled. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
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The Diakonhjemmet Hospital in Oslo, Norway invites applications for a 3-year full-time position as a PhD candidate in close collaboration with the Norwegian Centre for Mental Disorders Research (NORMENT). The candidate will use readily available datasets and state-of-the-art methods to investigate the complex relationships between natural occurring sex hormone dynamics across the lifespan, with a particular focus on adolescence and menopause, and brain and mental health in males and females.
The position is financed by the South-Eastern Norway Regional Health Authority and tied to the research project “Sex and the Suffering Brain: Linking Sex Hormone Actions with Psychiatric Illness in the Human Brain across the Lifespan”, led by Dr. Claudia Barth. The candidate will be affiliated with the NORMENT Imaging Psychosis Research Group and the FemiLab.
Both NORMENT, University of Oslo, and Diakonhjemmet Hospital are equal opportunity workplaces, which encourage and promote the research of all employees, independent of gender, age, or ethnic background. They encourage everyone to apply for the position.
May 1, 2022: Application submission deadline.
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The Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) is seeking a Scientific Director for the Institute of Gender and Health (IGH), one of CIHR’s 13 virtual Institutes. This is a 4-year mandate, beginning January 1, 2023, with the possibility of a second-term appointment.
CIHR is committed to the values and principles of equity, diversity, and inclusion (EDI) across all aspects of its business. CIHR strongly encourages applications from candidates who have been historically excluded and marginalized including, but not limited to, applicants who identify as Indigenous, racialized, a person with a disability, women, and/or a member of an LGBTQIA/2S+ community.
April 11, 2022: Application submission deadline.
CIHR invites applications from all qualified candidates. Please email your CV with a cover letter and 3 references (include name, relationship and email address) to the Canadian Institutes of Health Research at SDrecruitment-recrutementDS@cihr-irsc.gc.ca.
Read more about the position details and how to apply on the Careers page on the CIHR website.
The Medical Faculty of the Eberhard Karls University of Tübingen invites applicants for the positions of Research Group Leaders to start their own group for its main research areas:
- Immunology and Oncology
- Infection Research
- Diabetes and Vascular Medicine And cross-sectional research areas:
- Data Sciences & Artificial Intelligence in Medicine
- Imaging Sciences
- Medical Technology & Biomedical Sciences
- Public Health
The research groups are expected to contribute to the main research areas and scientific strategy of the Medical Faculty, the University, the research Campus Tübingen and:
- Build an innovative team, including the integration of young scientists and physicians
- Engage in the academic self-administration of the medical faculty
- Personal advancement in skills to secure third-party funding
As a renowned research university, the Eberhard Karls University of Tübingen offers an inspiring environment for research and teaching. Awarded the title of Excellence University, Tübingen is one of Germany‘s best universities. With three clusters of excellence in the fields of cancer research (iFIT), machine learning (ML) and microbiology & infection medicine (CMFI), Tübingen offers a range of top-level research. The research groups will be established during the year and include the group leader position and an attractive package for personnel, consumables and investments on an individual negotiation basis. The positions as research group leader are limited to 5 years, with an initial full-time contract for 3 years and the option for extension after positive evaluation for another 2 years.
March 29, 2022: Deadline to send in applications.
To apply for a position, please submit the requirements found in the description below.
This position is intended for candidates who wish to develop and refine their quantitative research skills and is expected to be an extension of their academic training received during their doctorate (or MD).
Duties & Responsibilities
- Lead statistical analysis of existing large databases using relevant techniques/methods and provide planning, execution, and interpretation of study results
- Assist with writing and submitting manuscripts for publication in peer-reviewed journals
- Conduct project-specific activities from initiation to completion, including designing studies, analysis, interpretation of results
- Assist with the coordination of research grant submissions to funding agencies such as CIHR
- Assist with ongoing study tasks for a multi-site clinical trial (HeLTI Canada)
- Apply for external awards to increase funding and enhance CV
- PhD or MD in related discipline
- Strong track record of academic productivity (e.g., peer reviewed publications, peer-reviewed funding success)
- Strong knowledge and experience with quantitative statistical analysis, epidemiological methods, and data management, including working with large datasets and complex statistical analysis
- Demonstrated ability to initiate and complete a research study and manage multiple studies concurrently
- Excellent organizational skills and efficiency with time
- Excellent problem solving, analytical and critical thinking skills
- Effective communication and interpersonal skills
- Effective mentoring and coaching skills with the ability to support team members
- Ability to make decisions, within scope of authority
To learn more and apply for this position, please contact Cindy-Lee Dennis, Professor in Nursing and Medicine, Dept. of Psychiatry, University of Toronto; with your CV at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Faculty of Health Sciences (FHS) at Simon Fraser University (SFU) seeks applications from early and mid-career quantitative scientists with an outstanding research record to be appointed as a tenure-track Assistant or Associate Professor in Racism and Health. They are seeking a scholar who has a PhD or equivalent credential in a relevant field who has demonstrated strengths in using quantitative research to study racism, equity, and health. They invite applications from candidates whose quantitative scholarship is grounded in critical race studies, critical feminist, post-colonial studies, anti-oppression, Black studies, social justice, intersectionality, or other related theoretical frameworks.
The ideal candidate has expertise in applying advanced quantitative methods to research on racism and health that is grounded in one or more of the theoretical frameworks above and aligned with the advancement of social justice and anti-racism. The Faculty welcomes applicants from a wide range of quantitative disciplines, including but not limited to social epidemiology. They additionally invite those whose scholarship is grounded in Indigenous knowledge, methodologies and/or epistemologies and whose scholarship might be distinct from Western academic traditions and/or follow ethical principles of community direction and governance. A partial list of potential research areas includes structural racism as a determinant of health, the embodiment of racism, racism within health-related institutions and professions, and racism in the context of other public health related issues. Programs of research that align with the FHS cross-cutting core research themes of social inequities, Indigenous health and global health will be considered strengths.
February 1, 2022: The search committee will begin to review submitted applications, however the position will remain open until filled.
To apply for this position, please submit the requirements found in the description below.