Postdocs in Comparative Effectiveness Research
The Program on Causal Inference in Epidemiology at the Harvard School of Public Health invites applications for two post-doctoral research fellow positions.
The research fellow will work on the application and development of methods for comparative effectiveness research from complex longitudinal data, with an emphasis on the comparison of dynamic strategies. The main areas of application include the effects of pharmacological, nutritional, and lifestyle exposures on cardiovascular disease and HIV disease. The research will be based on data from large prospective cohort studies, electronic medical records, and a multinational collaboration of HIV cohorts from Europe and North America
A doctoral degree in epidemiology, statistics, or a related quantitative field is required. The ideal candidate will have excellent technical and writing skills, expert knowledge of the SAS language, and an ability to collaborate with colleagues within and beyond the group.
Interested candidates should send CV, letter of research interests, and two reference letters to:Miguel Hernán
Department of Epidemiology
Harvard School of Public Health
677 Huntington Avenue
Boston, MA 02115, USA