The developments in the field of stem cell research are progressing steadily. In addition to a lot of laboratory research, there are now also clinical studies going on into stem cell therapies. Little is known about economic aspects. The aim of this project is to change that, in collaboration with researchers from Denmark and Australia. You will conduct economic evaluations of specific therapies to explore the feasibility of these therapies early in the development process. There is also room for your own ideas, for example about economic methodology, costs and quality of life, market forces and reimbursement.
· You have research experience in the field of Health Technology Assessment, (health) economics, or similar
· You can be appointed as a PhD candidate or a postdoc, depending on your experience
· Knowledge of and experience in the field of stem cell therapy is an advantage
· You analyze and present results and publish in international journals
· You work in an interdisciplinary, academic and international settin
To be appointed as a postdoc, you have a PhD in health technology assessment, (health) economics, or a similar field. Do you not have a PhD, but do you have convincing research qualities and experience in a relevant field? Then you can also apply and be appointed as a PhD candidate. You are also a clear thinker, curious, enterprising, organizationally strong and you can work independently as well as in an international team. You have good communication skills, both in Dutch and English and both orally and in writing.
Fixed-term contract: 2 years.
You will initially receive an employment contract for two years, with the option of extension. If you are appointed as a postdoc, you also get a more supervisory role within research projects and more responsibility.
You can be appointed as a postdoc or a PhD, depending on knowledge and experience.
As a postdoc you will receive a contract for an initial period of two years, salary scale 10 (max. €4,707, CAO UMC).
As a PhD you will receive a contract for four years, salary scale PRO (max. €3,271,-, CAO UMC).
At the Leiden University Medical Center, we continuously work on improving patient care. We invest in groundbreaking, international research and work with the latest equipment. Together with our team of doctors, medical specialists, teachers, academic researchers and supporting staff, we aim for the best quality in health care, education and international research. And we need you to realize our goals!
The Medical Decision Making unit of the Biomedical Data Sciences department of the LUMC is an interdisciplinary research department. Health scientists, psychologists, economists and doctors are involved here in the analysis and support of medical decision-making. The current research project is part of the reNEW partnership, together with researchers in Denmark and Australia.
At the LUMC we continuously work on improving patient care. We invest in groundbreaking, international research and work with the latest equipment. Together with our team of doctors, medical specialists, teachers, academic researchers and supporting staff, we aim for the best quality in health care, education and international research.
Leiden University Medical Center (LUMC)
Albinusdreef 2, 2333 ZA, Leiden
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Make sure to apply no later than 10 Jul 2022 23:59 (Europe/Amsterdam).
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