Oferta de trabajo: Postdoc for STOP project


The Barcelona Institute for Global Health (ISGlobal) is a cutting-edge institute addressing global public health challenges through research, translation into policy and education. ISGlobal has a broad portfolio in communicable and non-communicable diseases including environmental and climate determinants, and applies a multidisciplinary scientific approach ranging from the molecular to the population level. Research is organized in three main areas, Malaria and other Infectious Diseases, Child and Maternal Health, and Urban Health, Climate & Non-Communicable Diseases.  ISGlobal is accredited with the Severo Ochoa distinction, a seal of excellence of the Spanish Science Ministry.






Barcelona - Campus Mar

What We Are Looking for

ISGlobal is looking for a nutritional epidemiologist to work on the EU H2020 project STOP analysing data from the RHEA birth cohort. 

Main duties and tasks

  • Preparation and analysis of epidemiological data from RHEA birth cohort.

Secondary tasks

  • Active Participation in writing of report from analysis.

Training and experience

  • PhD in Epidemiology, experience in nutritional epidemiology, experience in birth cohort research.


  • Use of Stata o R for analysis.
  • Teamwork.
  • Professional development expectation. 
  • Problem resolution.
  • Learning capacity.


  • High English level spoken and writting is needed. 


  • Duration: 15 dies.  
  • Starting date: 1st February.

How to apply

Applicants must fill in the request form and attach the CV and a cover letter including the following Reference Code Position:  PD_STOP_Jan20. Each document must include the candidate name and surname. 
The receipt of applications will be open until January, 28th 2020. 

Applications will be accepted until 17.00 CET of the closing date.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

In ISGlobal we are committed to maintaining and developing a work environment in which the values and principles of our organization are respected and equal opportunities between women and men be promoted in each of the areas in which we operate, not tolerating discrimination based on criteria such as age, sex, marital status, race, ethnicity, disabilities, political leanings, religion or sexual orientation.