This is a unique, exciting opportunity for an experienced Research Fellow with interest, expertise and publications in cardiovascular disease prevention, dyslipidaemias and epidemiology to lead an array of studies and reviews by joining the ICCP that has a reputation for world-leading research and publishes 30-40 papers per year, at a world-renowned university. The ICCP research programme directed by Prof. Kausik Ray broadly covers multiple...
Job listing information
- Reference MED02420
- Date posted 30 September 2021
- Closing date 24 October 2021
This is a unique, exciting opportunity for an experienced Research Fellow with interest, expertise and publications in cardiovascular disease prevention, dyslipidaemias and epidemiology to lead an array of studies and reviews by joining the ICCP that has a reputation for world-leading research and publishes 30-40 papers per year, at a world-renowned university.
The ICCP research programme directed by Prof. Kausik Ray broadly covers multiple national and international scientific projects in cardiovascular disease prevention and epidemiology, and offers an array of opportunities including leading observational studies on the European Atherosclerosis Society (EAS) Familial Hypercholesterolaemia Studies Collaboration (FHSC) global registry (the world’s largest FH database of an extensive diverse set of variables on over 66K participants from 65 countries), BETonMACE trial, and Da Vinci registry.
Duties and responsibilities
As part of an emerging international collaboration, you will lead an array of scientific studies and accurately interpret findings and their implications on clinical practice, make use of the exclusive ICCP resources including the FHSC global registry, write high-quality manuscripts and grant proposals, and present results at international clinical scientific conferences/congresses. You will manage a varied workload with attention to detail, conduct/lead specialised work assignments, and work closely with the multidisciplinary ICCP team and collaborators both within the UK and abroad with different professional and cultural backgrounds.
You must have a PhD degree, and post-doctoral or equivalent experience in a medical/clinical field related to cardiovascular disease prevention/risk factors (including knowledge of dyslipidaemias), epidemiology or closely related discipline. You must have advanced skills in research methods and study design and be able to independently conduct statistical and analytical procedures relevant to the post.
The post will be offered on a full time, fixed term basis for 18 months in the first instance, with potential for extension depending on available funding.
Should you require any further details on the role please contact Prof. Kausik (Kosh) Ray email address: email@example.com
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