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Postdoctoral Researcher (f/m/d) in the Field of Health Science
Leibniz-Institut für Präventionsforschung und Epidemiologie (BIPS)
The newly established Leibniz ScienceCampus Digital Public Health Bremen (LSC DiPH) is a highly interdisciplinary research collaboration between the Leibniz-Institute for Prevention Research and Epidemiology –BIPS GmbH and the University of Bremen, funded for an initial period of 4 years.
The LSC DiPH sets out to advance interdisciplinary research in this charged and fast-moving scientific and societal environment.
To join us in this endeavour, we invite applications for a total of
4 Postdoctoral Researchers
full-time positions (subject to regulatory approval) (PostDoc, salary grade TVL-13) for the duration of three years who will support and drive research in one of our key research clusters:
Framework Developmentat University of Bremen, Institute of Public Health and Nursing Research (IPP) with the aim to develop interdisciplinary concepts and a framework in the field of digital public health.
Needs-based Technologyat University of Bremen, Research Group Human Computer Interaction conducting research towards understanding and integrating evidence, user needs, interests and perspectives on digital technologies for public health.
Research Cluster Transfer and Participationat University of Bremen, Institute of Public Health and Nursing Research (IPP) or Department of Anthropology and Cultural Research will focus on exploring and strengthening community and stakeholder engagement as well as participatory and collaborative approaches and aims to explore digital approaches for urban health equity monitoring.
Evaluationat Leibniz-Institute for Prevention Research and Epidemiology –BIPS GmbH will address the unclear effectiveness of digital technologies for public health improvements (population health impact).
Each of these positions offers great opportunities to conduct independent research in a vibrant and highly interdisciplinary environment. Candidates should be keen on bridging disciplines from digital health science, public health, computer science, social science, research policy and ethics and health communication. It is a plus if the candidates are familiar with the challenges within (digital) public health.
Candidates will be working with a dynamic, friendly, and helpful team of interdisciplinary researchers. He/she will be attached to one of the participating departments, and they will play an important role in the overall LSC DiPH.
The LSC DiPH offers unique opportunities for early-career researchers in providing funds for an autonomous early-career qualification and networking program (ECRA) with an independent annual budget exceeding € 40,000 for the early career program.