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CERGAS Bocconi, IT

CERGAS is seeking an enthusiastic Researcher to work on a variety of projects in the area of Health Policy, such as pharmaceutical observatory (observatory on the pharmaceutical market, on the relative regulation policies and on the effects of these policies), analysis of regional and local policies on biosimilar drugs, patients’ therapeutic pathways and evaluation of their preferences (download the call).

Please send by email to by the 15 November

1. Curriculum Vitae
2. Motivation letter
3. One reference letter

University of Oxford, UK
The Nuffield Department of Population Health contains world renowned population health research groups and provides an excellent environment for multi-disciplinary research and teaching. Based within NDPH, the Health Economics Research Centre (HERC) is a thriving group of health economists, with a varied research programme and a well-established reputation as a centre of excellence.

We are looking for an experienced and enthusiastic candidate to work on applied economic analyses aimed at analysing anxiety in childhood, using a variety of statistical/econometrics approaches. The key responsibilities will include reviewing and summarising literature, analysing UK complex longitudinal birth cohort studies (e.g. MCS, ALSPAC), interpreting results, contributing to publications and presentations. The successful candidate will be supported to consolidate and further develop their research and analytic skills.

To be considered for this post you will have a postgraduate qualification in a relevant discipline (e.g. health economics/economics, statistics, epidemiology or other quantitative discipline), research experience in health economics and good programming and data analysis skills (e.g. in Stata, R). Strong communication and time management skills are also essential for this role.

·         Informal enquiries should be addressed to Dr Mara Violato:
·         The closing date for applications is 12.00 noon (GMT) on 29 November 2019.

·         For further information and to apply
Closing date 29 November

University of East Anglia, UK
UEA is hiring!  
Fantastic lecturer with lots of ideas for course development?  Exciting ideas for a research programme in health economics?  Come and talk to us!  We’re looking for a Lecturer / Associate Professor (equiv. senior lecturer) in health economics to contribute to our research and teaching programmes.
For more info check out or contact Dr Ed Wilson,, +44 1603 593620.
University of Manchester, UK
Post tenable for 2 years in the first instance
Starting salary: £41,526 – £51,034 per annum according to experience
This is an exciting post-doctoral position to work on economic issues in the delivery and organisation of health services. This position offers the opportunity to contribute to the development of methodology for the identification and measurement of spillovers and the design and development of a work programme on service issues raised by the early detection of cancer.
You will work with Professor Matt Sutton, Professor of Health Economics, and Dr Rachel Meacock, Senior Lecturer in Health Economics. 
Candidates will need an undergraduate degree in Economics and a PhD in Economics or Health Economics. We will consider candidates who have submitted their PhD thesis and are awaiting examination. They will also need experience of using micro-economic concepts and theory in applied research, and be able to read, critique and synthesise research literature independently. A proven record of productivity is required, including contribution to manuscripts for academic journals.
Interviews will be held on Monday 11th November. 
Further information, including a link to the application form, can be found using the following link:
Peninsula Technology Assessment Group at the University of Exeter, UK

The Centre for Health Economics (CHE) is seeking to appoint two Research Fellows (Grade 6) in Health Economics to contribute to a range of applied and methodological projects under a programme of work being pursued by the Health Policy team in CHE. The Health Policy Team undertakes applied and methodological economics research to critically appraise and evaluate organisational and incentive structures of the health care system. We have a significant portfolio of research focused on the economics of mental health and mental health policy. The Health Policy Team also hosts the Economics of Social and Health Care Research Unit (ESHCRU).

The successful candidate will contribute to a portfolio of research projects, applying an economic perspective to the quantitative analysis and evaluation of health policy. You will be required to manage and analyse large and complex patient-level longitudinal datasets. You will also help to develop new project proposals and related activities.

Informal research related enquiries can be made to Professor Rowena Jacobs: +44 (0)1904 321425; or Professor Martin Chalkley +44 (0)1904 321433. For more general queries please contact Trish Smith: +44 (0)1904 321444.

Salary will be within the range of £32,817 – £40,322 Grade 6 per annum.

Closing date: 25 November 2019

Full details: 

Research Fellows in Health Economics, Modelling and Medical Statistics

Peninsula Technology Assessment Group at the University of Exeter, UK

Peninsula Technology Assessment Group at the University of Exeter, one of the UK’s leading units in health technology assessment, is recruiting.  We are looking for early to mid-career researchers in the areas of health economics, economic modelling and medical statistics.  As a research fellow in PenTAG, you will support and lead HTA projects with immediate policy impact, while developing your research profile in public health and health services. Join us as we expand our scientific direction in bringing HTA methods across public health and health services. This will include leading multidisciplinary teams of systematic reviewers, epidemiologists, statisticians, health economists, information specialists and clinical experts in producing responsive, high-quality outputs that directly impact national and international health policy.

  • Research Fellow in Health Economics and Health Policy.  As a generalist health economist, you will lead HTA projects, while taking a leading role in seeing the ‘big picture’ to identify and communicate key issues in economic evaluations that are likely to be of consequence to stakeholders and policymakers.
  • Research Fellow in Modelling for Health Economics and Public Health.  As an expert modeller, you will possess the technical know-how and mathematical and statistical savvy to develop economic models de novo, as well as appraise and manipulate economic models to support informed decision-making.
  • Research Fellow in Medical Statistics.  As an expert in statistical methods to bridge clinical trials and economic evaluation, you will play a central role in developing statistical insights to inform cost effectiveness modelling, while developing a publication and research profile in medical statistics as applied to HTA. 
University of Oxford’s Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences (NDPCHS)
Following considerable success in the award of new research funding in the area of health economics, we are seeking to appoint to two new positions at the Research Fellow grade. You will join a rapidly expanding group of health economics researchers based at the University of Oxford’s Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences (NDPCHS).
The two new post holders will contribute to a broad portfolio of health economics research that encompasses trial-based and modelling-based economic evaluations, systematic reviews, preference elicitation studies, and analyses of both cross-sectional data and cohort study data using econometric techniques.
For both posts, you should have a DPhil/PhD in health economics or one of its cognate disciplines, experience of using statistical software (e.g. Stata, R), coupled with the ability to produce high quality health economics research relevant to the health sciences.
You will be based in the Radcliffe Primary Care Building, NDPCHS, Radcliffe Primary Care Building, Woodstock Road, Oxford, OX2 6GG. 
For further details of post 1 and information on how to apply for the post, please visit:
For further details of post 2 and information on how to apply for the post, please visit:
The closing date for applications is 12 noon on Friday 8th November 2019.
Interviews will be held during the week commencing Monday 18th November 2019.
Informal enquiries are welcome and should initially be directed to Professor Stavros Petrou, or (0044) 1865 289503.
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The University of Surrey, Guildford, UK

The University of Surrey is a global university with a world-class research profile and an enterprising spirit. The School of Economics at Surrey ( enjoys a strong profile in research and teaching, exemplified by a successful 2014 REF and NSS scores. We have recently invested heavily to recruit staff whose innovative work is having a large impact on international research agendas.

The School of Economics is seeking to appoint a Research Fellow to work on a new project funded by The Health Foundation “Retention of clinical workforce in English NHS hospitals: variations, trends and effects on patient outcomes” (

This project is motivated by the observation that a decade of austerity has led to negative effects on the working conditions of the NHS’s large workforce and the ‘haemorrhaging’ of some groups of permanent healthcare staff. These positions must be covered by temporary staff at higher cost or left unfilled to the detriment of patient care.

The project will use large scale micro-economic data to investigate two questions:

What are the determinants of variations in NHS workforce retention, in both acute care and mental health hospitals?

What are the impacts of poor workforce retention on patient’s health outcomes?

Our results will be important for understanding the effects of lowering NHS staff turnover and for identifying policies that NHS employers and other policy makers can use to effectively improve staff turnover.

This position would be suitable for the holder of a recently-completed PhD with expertise in health and/or labour economics or applied econometrics, or a valid PhD candidate within the final year before their PhD thesis submission. The successful candidate will have considerable experience of data management and analysis using Stata (as well other econometric software, e.g. R) and an interest in using research to shape policy. Preference will be given to candidates who are knowledgeable and interested in applied causal inference. The appointment will be on a fixed term basis for 42 months, the remaining duration of the project.

The post-holder will have to work and interact with the investigators of the project, colleagues in the School of Economics and in the University, academics in other institutions, as well as healthcare managers and healthcare policy leaders. He/She will also be involved in the lively academic life of the School of Economics, with the opportunity to attend weekly research seminars and workshops in applied micro, econometrics and economic theory. There may be also opportunities to carry out teaching activities where there is a fit between the needs of the School and the interests of the successful applicant.

The post-holder will be supervised by the Principal Investigator of the grant, Dr Giuseppe Moscelli, working closely also with the other co-investigators (Dr Jo Blanden (Surrey), Prof Chris Bojke (Leeds), Dr Ioannis Laliotis (City University)), and is expected to contribute to deliver the project outputs including the interim and final reports, peer-reviewed publications and the organization of project meetings.

The project budget includes funds to cover research expenses and to attend local and international conferences and seminars to disseminate research findings, as well as to cover training workshop expenses aimed at capacity building for the post holder.

For an informal discussion regarding this position, please contact Dr Giuseppe Moscelli ( or Dr Jo Blanden ( via email.

To apply, please use the following link:

Please note, it is University Policy to offer a starting salary equivalent to Level 3.6 (£31,866) to successful applicants who have been awarded, but are yet to receive, their PhD certificate. Once the original PhD certificate has been submitted to the local HR Department, the salary will be increased to Level 4.1 (£32,817).

Aquarius Population Health, London, UK

Aquarius is working with a client on a rare disease which is not well-understood from a clinical and disease progression perspective. We are looking for someone to join the team immediately on a fixed-term employment contract or freelance basis. They will be required to analyse raw clinical trial data to inform an understanding of the natural history of the disease and clinical management, with the end goal of informing a health economic model. As this disease is not well understood, there is an opportunity for contributing to new metrics in understanding the disease characteristics and publishing results in peer-reviewed journals. There may also be opportunities for someone who has experience in health economic modelling to work on the follow-on modelling project as well.

The suitable person will have proven ability and demonstrable evidence that they can independently design and carry out a comprehensive and thorough data analysis from start to finish.  This will include developing an analysis plan, writing the analysis script, running analyses, interpretation of results and write-up. They should be very comfortable with exploratory analyses and different methods of regression analyses, working closely with a team of researchers with different backgrounds, and clients who have had ongoing involvement in the project.

Start date: immediate – early September (candidates will be considered as they apply, and interviews will be conducted immediately on a rolling basis)


Health Services, The Norwegian Institute of Public Health
The Norwegian Institute of Public Health invites applications for a full-time position as health economist. The successful applicant will join our team of health economists in conducting economic evaluations, often as part of health technology assessments (HTAs), and help advance the field of health economics at the institute.

Application deadline 20.09.19

Department of Population Health Sciences, School of Population Health & Environmental Sciences, King’s College, London, UK

We are currently advertising for a research assistant/associate and I thought it might be of interest to your recent or upcoming graduates on the MSc Health Economics & Policy, as well as any PhD students due to complete or recently completed. We would be very grateful if you could let the (ex)students know about it or could tweet the details to the link on your site. If anyone would like to discuss the post informally, then I am very happy to be contacted.

Post Date : 03-Sep-2019
Close Date : 03-Oct-2019

National Institute for Health and Care Excellence, UK

NICE and the Technology Appraisals programme are going through an expansion programme and in order to support this, we have a number of vacant positions for the role of Health Technology Assessment Analysts – Technology Appraisals

Centre for Health Economics, University of York, UK

In recent years, the Centre for Health Economics (CHE) has significantly progressed its activities in global health economics, expanding and complementing our existing research strengths in this field through the development of a portfolio of high quality and rigorous methods and applied research of national and international policy relevance.

This development in CHE has been part of a broad range of related activities and significant investment across the University of York in the field of global health, spanning several disciplines including economics, health sciences, biology, medicine, environment and history.

We are seeking to appoint a Grade 6 or Grade 7 Research Fellow, with a strong background in applied microeconometrics and an interest in policy impact evaluation using quasi-experimental methods. Previous experience in global health (i.e. on low- and middle-income countries) would be highly desirable. The researcher will have the opportunity to contribute to ongoing work including, among others, a significant NIHR funded project evaluating population- and system-level interventions in Brazil, South Africa and Indonesia; a major project examining the health and health system consequences of conflict in Colombia; or research assessing the economic consequences of mental ill-health in South Africa. There will also be opportunities to contribute to the development of new research and research proposals, in line with the researcher’s interests.

Closing date: 18 September

Interviews: 14 October

Economics of Global Eye Health, London, UK
The successful applicant will be expected to undertake high quality research and scholarship, including contributing to drafting major grant proposals and/or leading on drafting small grant proposals; contribute to peer-reviewed publications, including as lead author; and make a contribution to research degree student supervision, as appropriate to qualifications and experience.
This full-time post, based in London, is funded by The International Centre for Eye Health (ICEH) and Centre for Health Economics in London (CHIL) for one year from date of appointment. The salary will be on the Academic Grade 6 scale in the range £39,304-£44,634 per annum (inclusive of London Weighting).
Applications should be made online via our website at The reference for this post is ITD-CRD-2019-23.
Online applications will be accepted by the automated system until 10pm on Sunday 08 September 2019
 Centre for Health Economics Monash University Visiting Scholars Program
Applications are invited from researchers who wish to visit the Centre for Health Economics at Monash Business School, Monash University in Melbourne for a period of between 2 and 6 months in 2020. Applications from international researchers are particularly welcome.
A key aim of the visit should be to build or reinforce links with researchers at the Centre for Health Economics and make substantial progress on a piece of collaborative research as a result of the visit.
The value of the fellowship is up to AUD 20,000 as a contribution towards travel and accommodation in Melbourne. As a visitor to Monash University the researcher will be provided with excellent office and computing facilities and be able to take advantage of the vibrant set of seminar programs in the Centre and the School during their stay.
For more information on who we are and what we do and the range of our current research interests, click here.
A visitor-led collaborative research plan agreed with a senior member of the Centre’s staff who will act as sponsor for the visit Realistic expectation of a paper or other research output advanced within the visit Relevance to the research strengths and interests of the Centre for Health Economics
Interested applicants may wish to discuss their plans informally with a senior member of the Centre’s staff before submitting an application to Shannon Stanwell, who can also circulate the application to find the most suitable internal sponsor. The application should include:
A current CV A description of your proposed research plan and the rationale for collaboration with the Centre Proposed visit dates
Closing date for applications: Friday 30 August 2019
For more information on the Centre and this fellowship opportunity, please contact Shannon Stanwell by email
University of Queensland, Australia

The Senior/Principal Research Fellow (Health Technology Assessment) will be a key leader for the Centre’s Health Technology Assessment activities, focusing on developing a research programme and establishing productive partnerships with colleagues and industry partners. Our successful candidate will be tasked with conducting relevant research and publishing in scholarly journals, plus a range of other service, engagement and administrative duties.

This position is located at PACE (Woolloongabba).

Applications close: E. Australia Standard Time

University of Cambridge, UK
We are seeking to recruit a skilled and enthusiastic health economist to work in the Cambridge Research Methods Hub (CRMH), based within the Primary Care Unit at the University of Cambridge. The post-holder will be responsible for undertaking economic evaluations of public health and health care interventions from funded research studies. They will have a PhD in health economics or a related area or have an equivalent level of professional qualifications and experience. They must possess the skills and knowledge to be able to undertake economic evaluations of public health and health care interventions. They will be highly proficient in the use of Excel, have experience undertaking literature searches, excellent attention to detail, good time management skills and the ability to cope with a variety of work demands and deadlines.
The funding for this post is available until 31st October 2021 in the first instance..
Closing date for applications: 18 August 2019
Interview Date: 02 September 2019
University of Aberdeen, Scotland

Newcastle University is a world class civic university with a global reputation for academic excellence.   As a member of the Russell Group, we play a key role in the life and economy of the North East of England.

The Health Economics Research Unit (HERU) is one of Europe’s leading centres for health economics and is located within the Institute of Applied Health Sciences in the School of Medicine, Medical Sciences and Nutrition, at the University of Aberdeen.

We are a leading health economics research centre, with a reputation for delivering applied and methodological work of the highest quality across a broad range of policy-relevant fields including technology assessment, workforce, person-centred care and public health.

In 2017, the University of Aberdeen were awarded the Queen’s Anniversary Prize in recognition of world-leading research into health economics and health services undertaken at HERU and the Health Services Research Unit (HSRU) over the last 40 years. The Queen’s Anniversary Prize is awarded every two years to recognise world-class excellence and achievement. It is the most prestigious form of national recognition open to a UK academic institution. The focus of the award is on innovation and practical benefit to people and society. HERU and HSRU were recognised for ‘Health service research leading to improvements in academic and clinical practice and delivery of health care.’

HERU are recruiting for a number of research positions and welcome applications from individuals who relish the opportunity to be involved within our vibrant research-led academic unit.

These posts are:

Further details of each post and the application procedure are available at the links above.

The closing date for each of the posts is 27 September 2019.

Institute of Health & Society

Newcastle University is a world class civic university with a global reputation for academic excellence.   As a member of the Russell Group, we play a key role in the life and economy of the North East of England.

We are looking for an experienced health economist to join the Health Economics Group.  You will need to be committed to working in a multi-disciplinary, collaborative environment supporting the research of other groups within and external to the Institute while at the same time developing your own research interests.  

For further information about the position, job description and how to apply, please visit the Newcastle University website.
Closing date:   2 August 2019
Health Economics Consortium (YHEC)
York Health Economics Consortium (YHEC) is looking to recruit a Research Consultant to undertake a wide range of projects in Health Economics for both the private and public sector. YHEC is a health economics contract research and consulting company owned by, and based at, the University of York.
The primary purpose of the role is to develop and critique economic models on a wide range of projects. The candidate will be expected to work in project teams alongside other research staff and project directors. The work will involve helping to develop simple, communicable solutions to complex decision problems. The candidate will be expected to work in project teams alongside other research staff and project directors. The successful candidate will report to an Associate Director or Project Director of YHEC.The basic salary will be in the range £25,000 to £38,000 subject to qualifications and experience. There is a performance-related pay scheme in operation at YHEC. Membership of a defined contribution or defined benefit pension scheme is available subject to eligibility criteria being satisfied. Annual leave entitlement will be 30 days per year, plus bank holidays.
For further information about the position, job description and how to apply, please visit the YHEC website.
The closing date for applications is Thursday 8th August at 12pm.
Health Economics Consortium (YHEC)
York Health Economics Consortium (YHEC) is looking to recruit a Research Assistant to assist in a range of projects undertaken by a team of researchers. YHEC is a health economics contract research and consulting company owned by, and based at, the University of York.

The main purpose of this role is to undertake research and administrative tasks on all projects undertaken by a team of researchers in YHEC. The post holder will work alongside two other Research Assistants. The role will suit a recent graduate who would like to gain an understanding of health research. This post will report to an Associate Director at YHEC.
The salary will be within the range £18,000 to £24,000. In addition, York Health Economics Consortium has provision to pay annual performance-related pay bonuses. The post holder will be eligible to join the York Health Economics Consortium Group Pension fund. Annual leave entitlement will be 30 days per year, plus bank holidays.
For further information about the position, job description and how to apply, please visit the YHEC website.
The closing date for applications is Wednesday 14th August at 5pm.