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Research Fellow in Pharmacoepidemiology

UCL - Faculty of Life Sciences

Location: London, Hybrid
Salary: £37,099 to £40,521
Hours: Full Time
Contract Type: Fixed-Term/Contract
Placed On: 29th February 2024
Closes: 14th March 2024
Job Ref: B02-06590

About us

The Faculty of Life Sciences is an exciting and dynamic environment driving forward ambitious and challenging plans for future development. We are committed to enhancing research and teaching in relation to major global challenges, including climate change, sustainability, technological change and the data revolution and inequality. Ranked No. 1 in London and No. 8 in the world (QS World University Rankings 2021) the Faculty offers an outstanding and diverse portfolio of Undergraduate and Postgraduate programmes in biological andbiomedical sciences, pharmacy, pharmacological and pharmaceutical sciences, neuroscience and machine learning. The Faculty is made up of five academic Divisions; the School of Pharmacy, Biosciences, the Laboratory for Molecular Cell Biology, the Sainsbury Wellcome Centre for Neurocircuits and Behaviour and the Gatsby Computational Neuroscience Unit.

About the role

• Undertake the research funded by the Innovation and Technology Commission, HK• Work with colleagues in SoP and its partner institutions.• Contribute to proposals for pharmacoepidemiology analyses to new grant applications for external research funding.• Advise on methods for pharmacoepidemiology alongside trials including data collection and data analysis.• Collaborate with colleagues at UCL and its partner institutions.• Maintain up to date skills and knowledge pharmacoepidemiology methods that are of relevance to observational research.• Publish research papers in high impact peer reviewed journals.• Disseminate research findings at national and/or international scientific meetings.• Advise on preparation of reports for funding agencies and ethics committees.• Participate in Departmental, School and/or Faculty meetings and seminars as appropriate aimed at sharing research outc omes and building interdisciplinary collaborations• Maintain effective communication and accurate records.• Maintain own continuing professional development

About you

The successful candidate must : •Have a PhD in Pharmacoepidemiology• Strong analytic and numeric skills• Skilled in analysing longitudinal data including target trial emulation approach• Proven proficiency using Statistical Software (e.g. SAS, R, Stata)• Strong working understanding of pharmacoepidemiology concepts• Experience using multiple electronic healthcare databases• Experience using multiple electronic databases from different countries• Able to maintain meticulous records of the analysis methodologies used and trialled, which can be understood by other members of the team• Excellent written and spoken English Skills and abilities• Ability to lead a research project with considerable degree of independence• Ability to clearly communicate and report results to the Principal Investigator, at internal meetings, and at conferences• Track record of publishing peer-revi ewed scientific articles• Excellent time management skills such that the postholder can demonstrate productivity week by week• Motivation and enthusiasm to contribute to UCL’s world-leading portfolio of biomedical research• Able to adopt resilience strategies to thrive in a fast-moving research environment• Ability to conduct research with integrity and accountability, such that the results obtained can be reproduced easily by others Work collaboratively with colleagues at all levels across UCL

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