The Postdoctoral Research Associate (PRA) will conduct research in empirical health economics with three complementary roles. First, the PRA will work closely with Professor Partha Deb on empirical analysis for a NIH funded research project. Second, the PRA will work on research projects developed collaboratively with Professor Deb. Third, the PRA will develop and work on independently developed research. Involvement in each of these roles will include development of research questions, empirical analysis, manuscript preparation and dissemination of findings.
The successful candidate will have a PhD in Economics (health economics), Health Policy, Health Services Research or other closely related fields. The PRA will be self motivated and understand the health-economics / health-policy space well. The PRA will have have the econometrics and data analytic skills to conduct empirical work with complex data and scientific writing expertise to construct research manuscripts of publishable quality.
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$57,000.00 - $62,000.00
Aug 08, 2023 (Or Until Filled)