Two lectureships in Health Economics at UCL

My colleagues at the UCL Institute for Global Health have two positions available as Lecturer in Health Economics. These are part of the expansion we need to seek given the wild success of our MSc Health Economics and Decision Science Programme (which we lead jointly with Economics) — the number of students who want to come to us is getting large (almost 100 in year 3 of running it!) and so we are trying to increase capacity (hopefully, more on this to follow soon!). TO

So, here are the details of the posts:

Lecturer in Health Economics, UCL – Institute for Global Health (2 posts)
Salary: £44,674 to £52,701 per annum, inclusive of London Allowance, Grade 8

The post holders will be responsible for an active and growing teaching and research portfolio. Particularly, the post holders will be expected to take a leadership role within UCL’s MSc in Health Economics and Decision Science, developing and delivering new course content. In addition, the post holders will be expected to build a strong research portfolio in the economics of global health.
Candidates should have a PhD in economics, development economics, health economics or public economics, and have a demonstrated capability to initiate and conduct leading-edge research. The post holder should also have a strong track record of teaching and the determination to make a positive impact as part of a team. This opportunity is the chance to develop a career in a fast growing area at one of the world’s best universities.
The posts are open ended, and available immediately, based at the UCL Institute for Global Health 30 Guilford Street, London, and will be reporting to Professor Jolene Skordis.

Applicants should apply online. To access further details about the position and how to apply please see here.
If you have informal queries regarding the post, please contact Prof Jolene Skordis by email
If you have questions regarding the application process, please contact Ms Terrie Fiawoo by email

Latest time for the submission of applications: 17th January 2020, 23:59.

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