PhD Studentship: Targeting Road Injury Prevention (TRIP)
|Funding for:||UK Students, EU Students|
|Placed on:||25th November 2016|
|Closes:||14th December 2016|
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Loughborough Design School is offering a PhD Studentship in collaboration with Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Road Safety Partnership
Applications are invited for the above PhD studentship at Loughborough University. The studentship is funded by The Addenbrooke’s Charitable Trust, The Road Safety Trust and the Cambridgeshire Police and Crime Commissioner and is open to applicants eligible for UK/EU fees.
Reference number: JB/LDS/2016
Start date: 1st January 2017
Closing date: Wednesday 14th December 2016
Interview date: Tuesday 20th December
Primary supervisor: Dr Jo Barnes
Secondary supervisor: Professor Andrew Morris and Dr Emily Petherick
Loughborough University is a top-ten rated university in England for research intensity (REF2014) and an outstanding 66% of the work of Loughborough’s academic staff who were eligible to be submitted to the REF was judged as ‘world-leading’ or ‘internationally excellent’, compared to a national average figure of 43%.
In choosing Loughborough for your research, you’ll work alongside academics who are leaders in their field. You will benefit from comprehensive support and guidance from our Graduate School, including tailored careers advice, to help you succeed in your research and future career.
The aim of the study is to use existing databases to identify the types of drivers that are involved in crashes that cause severe injury and death, and develop targeted road injury prevention interventions that could have an impact on casualty reduction. The PhD student will have an opportunity to work with the Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Road Safety Partnership (http://www.cambridgeshire.gov.uk/cprsp/).
Project detail: This PhD project, conducted under the supervision of Dr Jo Barnes and Prof Andrew Morris from the Design School and Dr Emily Petherick from the School of Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences, offers a unique opportunity to work in a collaborative environment. The PhD will require both epidemiological and road safety knowledge to analyse datasets and develop innovative targeted interventions to reduce road casualties in the Cambridgeshire area. The databases that will be used are the Police road casualty data (STATS19) and Trauma Network Data.
Informal enquiries about the project should be made to Dr Jo Barnes and further information can be found about Loughborough Design School: http://www.lboro.ac.uk/departments/lds/ and School of Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences http://www.lboro.ac.uk/departments/ssehs/ .
Entry requirements: Applicants must ideally have a first class academic qualification at BSc (minimum an excellent upper second class) and preferably a Master Degree level in a discipline relevant to the topic area (e.g. Health Sciences, Social Sciences, Statistics, Public Health, Epidemiology).
Funding information: The studentship provides a tax free stipend of £14,296.00 per annum plus tuition fees for a period of three years as well as a budget to support the research activities. Due to funding restrictions, the studentship is only open to applicants who are eligible for UK/EU tuition fees.
Name: Dr Jo Barnes
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Telephone number: +44 (0)1509 226922
How to apply:
All applications should be made online at http://www.lboro.ac.uk/study/apply/research/. Under programme name, select Loughborough Design School As part of the online application process please also upload a personal statement to include why you are suitable for the post and a short proposal outlining potential research questions and what approach the applicant would take to address them (two pages maximum).
Please quote reference number: LDS/JB/2016
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