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Population Health Sciences is one of the major scientific areas of the German Center for Neurodegenerative Diseases (DZNE) in Bonn, Germany. Under the leadership of Prof. Monique M.B. Breteler, a team of more than 85 people studies determinants and biomarkers of normal and pathological mental and physical health function over the adult life course, with a special emphasis on neurodegenerative diseases and ageing. The research is primarily based on the Rhineland Study a population-based cohort study conducted in two geographically defined areas of Bonn with individuals aged 30 years and older. Further information on the Rhineland Study can be found at www.rheinland-studie.de.
The job holder has a key position within the organizational structure of the Rhineland Study. The job holder constitutes an important link between different key areas of the team, to the administration of the DZNE as well as to national and international collaboration partners as well as internal and external stakeholders. As a member of the management team of the Rhineland Study, the job holder is actively involved in the development of strategies and implementation of processes.
Responsibilities include general administrative and scientific support of the Director of Population Health Studies, Prof. Monique M.B. Breteler, in leading the Rhineland Study and Population Health Sciences. This includes but is not limited to meeting preparation and follow-up, conceptual work (analyses/evaluations), preparation of scientific progress reports, preparation of scientific and non-scientific talks as well as correspondence. The position also requires active linkage to the administration of the DZNE as well as to national and international collaboration partners.
Fixed-term contract: Two years.
The German Center for Neurodegenerative Diseases (DZNE) is a world-leading internationally oriented research center, committed to discovering new approaches to prevent and treat neurodegenerative diseases. To this end, researchers at ten DZNE sites across Germany pursue a translational and interdisciplinary strategy comprising five interconnected areas: fundamental research, clinical research, health care research, population health science, and systems medicine. www.dzne.de.
German Center for Neurodegenerative Diseases (DZNE)
Venusberg-Campus 1/99, 53127, Bonn
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