Currently closed for applications
Beginning in mid-2018, the Unit of Epidemiology and Global Health (Department of Public Health and Clinical Medicine), and CEDAR (Center for Demographic and Aging Research) at Umeå University will lead an interdisciplinary research venture on the well-being impacts of climate in Sweden. The undertaking is a collaboration with specialists at Kent University, USA.
The postdoc will work with a little group of analysts in the study of disease transmission/biostatistics (Umeå University) and climatology (Kent University). Assignments incorporate working with populace register information at CEDAR and weather information from four Swedish urban areas utilizing time arrangement analysis and other factual strategies.
A candidate who has taken a doctoral degree in the study of epidemiology or public health or a related discipline no later than three years previously the last date of the application has met all requirements to apply.
Candidates ought to have skill in the study of epidemiology and quantitative data analysis, for instance with STATA. They additionally ought to have great abilities in composed and communicated in English.
Candidates will automatically be judged by their skills, involvement in ecological the study of epidemiology, taking care of register data and working in an interdisciplinary setting. Involvement with the product R is a merit.
The postdoctoral position is a full time (100%) two-year position.
The deadline for application is until January 14, 2018.