|Funding for:||UK Students, EU Students, International Students|
|Funding amount:||On-campus accommodation and a per diem allowance|
|Placed On:||7th June 2023|
|Closes:||29th September 2023|
Revolutionising the digital health and social care landscape: Intelligent, effective and agile interventions
The Brunel Fellowship Academy has announced a call for applicants for its second annual intake of IKB fellows, who will research alongside Brunel academics in summer 2024, supporting the University to help people around the world access digitally-enabled health and social care that’s good-quality, affordable and personalised.
The successful fellows will:
The short-term fellowships for the Academy’s programme will be available in digital health. Your research could be in one or more of these areas – or other complementary topics:
Digital health research will be key to delivering a global healthcare system that can enhance health outcomes and provide global citizens with reliable and equitable access to digital health and social care – in line with the WHO’s Global Strategy on Digital Health.
IKB fellows will have an intensive period of research collaboration with our academics, who have expertise in many areas of health and social care sciences, digital technologies, health economics and user-centred communities, supported by research facilities including an AI health lab, a rehab VR lab and multimodal sensors.
We are offering strategic, short-term fellowships, open to UK and overseas academics and staff from the NHS, government departments, not-for-profit organisations, industry and business, and open to all levels of seniority.
The Academy will be running for the second consecutive year, and we are seeking to attract around 20 fellows for a fixed term from Monday 3 June to Friday 6 September 2024.
On-campus accommodation and a per diem allowance will be provided to successful applicants.
For more details on how to apply for the Brunel Fellowship Academy please click the 'Apply' button, above.
Closing date for applications will be: Friday 29 September 2023.
Brunel University London wishes to promote an inclusive and diverse workforce and create a culture that values the contribution of all backgrounds and communities. All employees will be recruited, selected and appointed in line with our equality and diversity policy.
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