economic modelling of therapeutics
Job No.: 658241
Location: Monash Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Parkville campus
Employment Type: Full-time
Duration: 3-year fixed-term appointment with a possible 6-month extension
Remuneration: Scholarship awards provide a stipend of $33,000 AUD per annum (tax-free). Additional support will be available for computing/conference attendance
Expressions of Interest for a PhD Scholarship with the Faculty of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Monash University. An opportunity is open to a suitable applicant to conduct a fully funded, full-time PhD within the Health Economics and Policy Evaluation Research (HEPER) Group, Faculty of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Monash University. The successful applicant will apply a Health Economics and Outcomes Research (HEOR) view to Cardiovascular Disease. The applicant will publish and create research evidence by building state-of-the-art health economic models that provide evidence on the cost- effectiveness of lifestyle and drug interventions. The applicant will be working with a diverse team of health economists, epidemiologists, and cardiologists.
The applicant will have access to a unique and internationally established research work in Health Economics and Cardiovascular Disease. Supervisors include internationally renowned health economists, research policy, and clinicians. The applicant will be supported through the funded NHMRC Ideas Grant initiative “A novel approach integrating genomics into the health economic modelling of therapeutics”. The applicant is expected to be located at the Faculty of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Monash University.
The successful applicant will be enrolled at Monash University and spend the majority of the time at the Monash Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences (MIPS) under the supervision of Professor Zanfina Ademi - Professor, Health Economics Lead Lecturer, Centre for Medicine Use and Safety Theme, Monash Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences.
Supervisory Team: Professor Zanfina Ademi, Professor Simon Bell, and Dr Jedidiah Morton
The Candidate's Attributes
Applications are invited from outstanding and enthusiastic graduates with a relevant background in a health-related field e.g., paramedicine, nursing, pharmacy, public health, epidemiology, etc. or economics.
The position is open to Australian and New Zealand citizens or Permanent Residents only.
We are looking for students of high scholarly calibre with:
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Interested applicants are encouraged to first contact Professor Zanfina Ademi ([email protected]). Please include the following information in your enquiry:
Professor Zanfina Ademi, [email protected]
Wednesday 20 December 2023, 11:55pm AEDT
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