|Statistician (Genetics or Epidemiology) - Research Assistant or Research Associate |
Department of Public Health and Primary Care
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Paid internship for a social science student in the Department of Public Health & Primary Care, summer 2017, 2 months – £3,500.
Applications are invited from undergraduate students in HSPS, PBS and other related subjects for a paid NIHR Internship in the Cambridge University Department of Public Health & Primary Care. The Internship will be two months in duration during the summer of 2017, with a flexible start-date, and will be paid £3,500. There is also a budget for research expenses.
The internship will offer a chance to use social science research within a study of services provided for people with stroke and their carers. This will entail analysis of qualitative interviews conducted during the pilot and second phase of a cluster randomised control trial. The intern will receive mentorship, training and regular supervision. It is expected that the intern’s work will contribute to a co-authored peer-review article.
The intern will be a part of the Cardiovascular team led by Professor Jonathan Mant.
Interested students are advised to contact Dr Robbie Duschinsky – firstname.lastname@example.org – and include a copy of their CV with the e-mail.
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