- Closing Date
- Wednesday, 21st December 2022
Describing the national epidemiology of the rare conditions Scleroderma and Systemic Lupus Erythematosus
An opportunity has arisen for a 3-year PhD studentship within the Unit of Lifespan and Population Health in the School of Medicine at the University of Nottingham.
The student will join the Registration of Complex Rare Diseases – Exemplars in Rheumatology (RECORDER) team and undertake a research project describing the national epidemiology of the rare conditions Scleroderma and Systemic Lupus Erythematosus.
They will use a range of health data including national databases of health records such as Hospital Episode Statistics.
Prospective candidates should initially contact Dr Fiona Pearce (firstname.lastname@example.org ) with a copy of their CV and cover letter, after which a formal application can be made via the University website at: https://www.nottingham.ac.uk/pgstudy/how-to-apply/apply-online.aspx
Applicants must be EU nationals or have permanent leave to remain in the UK and should hold or expect to obtain a first or upper-second class honours degree or equivalent in mathematics, IT, computer science, physics or pharmacy. A Master’s degree in Epidemiology, Medical statistics or in one of the above fields would be advantageous.
The PhD position is available from 1st October 2022. The annual stipend will be £15,009 tax-free awarded to the suitable candidate.
Applications will be evaluated on a rolling basis until a suitable candidate is appointed.
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