Senior Lecturer in Global Health Economics

University of Sussex - Brighton and Sussex Medical School, Department of Global Health & Infection (GHI)

Salary range: starting at £48,327 and rising to £55,998 per annum. It is normal to appoint at the first point of the salary scale.      
Closing date:   21 August 2017.  Applications must be received by midnight of the closing date.
Expected start date: 01 October 2017

Brighton and Sussex Medical School (BSMS) seeks to appoint an outstanding individual to this new position within the department of Global Health and Infection (GHI) which hosts the WT Brighton and Sussex Centre for Global Health Research. 

Funding has been secured via an NIHR Global Health Research Unit for a 4 year programme of research on neglected tropical diseases (NTDs) in Ethiopia and Sudan that includes research to be undertaken by the post-holder on cost effectiveness of a range of intervention and prevention projects.

This post is integral to our mission to grow our capacity to undertake world-class research in important yet under-researched conditions implemented to the benefit of the communities we work beyond the life of the current funding.

The successful applicant will:

  • Have a strong track-record in Global Health Economics research
  • Contribute expertise from health economics perspectives working alongside experts from other disciplines
  • Enjoy working in a dynamic, interdisciplinary, environment with an enthusiasm for collaboration
  • Develop his/her own independent programme of related innovative research as well as contribute to the wider Global Health research enterprise at BSMS.

For more information on GHI see: 

For any further information and informal inquiry about this post please contact: Prof Gail Davey – or Prof Melanie Newport –

For full details and how to apply see:            

The Universities of Brighton and Sussex are committed to equality and valuing diversity, and applications are particularly welcomed from women and black and minority ethnic candidates, who are under-represented in academic posts in science, mathematics, medicine and engineering at the universities.

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