Lecturer/Associate Professor in Health Economics (ATR1499)

     
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University of East Anglia
MED - Norwich Medical School
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Lecturer/Associate Professor in Health Economics (ATR1499)

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Lecturer/Associate Professor in Health Economics

£42,792 to £49,553 per annum or £51,034 to £59,135 per annum

We are seeking an innovative Lecturer or Associate Professor to contribute to the Group’s research and teaching profile. You will take a leadership role and teach within our Master of Science in Health Economics to ensure the course thrives as a flagship postgraduate course for the Norwich Medical School.

As an ATR staff member, you will develop your own research in health economics by contributing to funding applications and developing collaborations. Ideally, your research interests will be aligned with the wider research themes of the Public Health & Health Services Research Theme and Norwich Medical School. You will contribute to world-leading health economics research and to the teaching and education of health economics, medical and other students at undergraduate and postgraduate level.

For appointment as Lecturer, you will be able to demonstrate an emerging track record of internationally excellent/world leading peer-reviewed publications and ability for successfully contributing to competitively-funded research projects.

For appointment as Associate Professor, you will be able to demonstrate a sustained track record of peer-reviewed publications that is internationally excellent or world-leading (3*/4* in REF terms) as well as a track record of successfully attaining income for competitively-funded research projects.

The Norwich Medical School is a Silver Athena Swan Award holder, currently working towards Gold.

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