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From January 2024, the Division of Pharmacoepidemiology & Clinical Pharmacology will coordinate a Horizon Europe project (acronym SUSTAIN-HTA). This project aims to build a supporting infrastructure to ensure ongoing implementation of the latest and fit-for-purpose Health Technology Assessment (HTA) methodologies and tools in HTA practice. The overall objective of SUSTAIN-HTA is to create a sustainable framework to understand the needs of European HTA bodies for new innovative HTA methods and tools. These are than aligned with the development of methods and tools by academic groups (globally, but with a specific focus on EU funded HORIZON and IMI/IHI projects). The SUSTAIN-HTA consortium involves 15 partners around Europe including academic institutions and national/regional HTA bodies.
As a postdoc, you will contribute to setting up the SUSTAIN-HTA framework that will combine perceived needs for and developments in HTA methods. Next to this, you will be involved in the overall scientific coordination of the SUSTAIN-HTA project. You will be employed at the Division of Pharmacoepidemiology and Clinical Pharmacology which consists of a multidisciplinary team of internationally oriented researchers. The mission of the division is to improve the safe and effective use of medicines by patients and society. Our research contributes to a better understanding of the variability in medicines’ use and patient outcomes, both from a clinical, policy and methodological perspective.
In this position, you will dedicate 60% of your time to research and 40% of your time in coordination activities. As your core tasks, you will among others:
We are looking for someone to complement our team, both on an academic and personal level, who:
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