Research Fellow (Quantitative Mixed Methods)

University of Westminster - School of Computer Science and Engineering

This post is fixed-term until 31 July 2021.

Founded as Britain's first polytechnic in 1838, the University of Westminster has since developed into a university which is closely involved in business, professional, and academic life within London, as well as overseas.

With funding from the Quintin Hogg Trust and the Higher Education Innovation Fund, the University is putting significant investment into the development of the Health Innovation Ecosystem (HIE). The HIE is an innovative interdisciplinary programme to tackle global challenges in health, with ambition to become a hub for world leading research and knowledge exchange for innovation in health and wellbeing by 2022.

The Ecosystem focuses on huge issues facing the healthcare sector including: How do we define and measure health? What innovations can help people to lead healthier lives? How can we ensure more efficient hospital and primary care referrals? How do we measure and evaluate new interventions? How do we incorporate these into traditional health approaches in an effective and positive manner? How can technology, advanced analytics, data science, machine learning, new imaging technology, and artificial intelligence help?

As a quantitative methods researcher, you will have key role in the Health Innovation Ecosystem and work on projects requiring the development and application of advanced quantitative methods to evaluate outputs and outcomes from health-based interventions which will inform the design of new interventions and services and/or the spread of successful interventions.

You are expected to hold a PhD in a quantitative discipline such as statistics, operational research, health economics, or epidemiology. You will have experience in a statistical analysis or modelling language (e.g. R or SPSS). You will have a publication track record in relevant areas. Previous involvement in writing research or consultancy bids is also desirable.

For an informal discussion about this post, please contact Prof. Thierry Chaussalet (chausst@westminster.ac.uk) or Prof. Jimmy Bell (J.Bell@westminster.ac.uk), by e-mail in the first instance.

For further information and to apply for this post, please click apply and you will be redirected to our website.

Closing date: midnight on 27 August 2018.

Interviews are likely to be held between 5 and 12 September 2018.

Administrative contact (for queries only): Recruitment@westminster.ac.uk.

Please note: We are unable to accept applications by email. All applications must be made online. CV’s in isolation or incomplete application forms will not be accepted.

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