Job offer: Postdoctoral researcher in Global Public Health (Recognised Researcher - R2)

Description

The Barcelona Institute for Global Health (ISGlobal)

ISGlobal (www.isglobal.org) is a cutting-edge institution with capacity to address global health challenges trough research, translation and education. ISGlobal has an ambitious vision of being a world class centre in research, translation and education in Global Public Health working towards a world in which all people can enjoy health and is committed to improve global health and promote health equity.

ISGlobal has a broad portfolio in communicable and non- communicable diseases with special attention to environmental health determinants. Among our main ambitions in communicable diseases, we are making progress in the strategies to eliminate malaria and other NTDs such as yaws, to improve the diagnosis and treatment of Chagas diseases, to halter the spread of antibiotic resistance and to develop better and new approaches to reduce maternal and infant mortality in Africa. It also includes clinical and implementation research on HIV/AIDS and TB related to the epidemic in sub-Saharan Africa.

Regarding non-communicable diseases our main ambitions include the understanding of the exposome, the characterization of the more harmful environmental exposure during childhood including chemicals and radiation and those that affect the neurodevelopment, conducting and improving health impact assessments to support built urban environment policies and providing knowledge that could be translated in more effective preventive strategies against cancer and respiratory diseases. Our contribution to improve the environment also includes research to support radio protection policies for both ionizing and non-ionizong sources and cutting-edge research on the role of climate and climate change in both communicable and non-communicable diseases. In all these areas ISGlobal approach includes generating new cutting-edge and operational research as well as developing large translational efforts to maximize its impact.

ISGlobal approach is multidisciplinary ranging from the molecular to the population level and including disciplines across health sciences, life sciences, environmental and climate sciences. Along with an outstanding faculty, experienced researchers and practitioners from many fields, ISGlobal is committed to develop postgraduate education programmes that meet the global health needs and expectations of the new generations of researchers and professionals. 

Human Resources Strategy for Researchers (HRS4R)

ISGlobal obtained the Human Resources Strategy for Researchers (HRS4R, https://euraxess.ec.europa.eu/jobs/hrs4r) logo from the European Commission in July 2015.  This reflects the talent-oriented strategy for human resources at ISGlobal and is a key tool for developing and implementing policies for talent attraction and retention. 

ISGlobal Postdoctoral Programme

The ISGlobal Postdoctoral Programme is distinctly international and includes both research work and complementary training. Postdoctoral fellows play a key role in the ISGlobal Mentoring Programme, which is highly valued by them. 

The Postdoctoral Programme benefits directly from the ISGlobal Training Programme. This includes access to the PRBB Intervals Programme (leadership, innovation, communication and good scientific practices); the European Summer Programme on Epidemiology (EEPE) Annual Call (epidemiology); internal training activities; funds for external training; ISGlobal seminars and other PRBB and Hospital Clínic seminars. 

Venue

Barcelona

Training and Experience

Applications are invited from researchers holding a PhD title, excellent level of spoken and written English (please note: Spanish is not required), and high level of motivation.

How to Apply


ISGLOBAL HAS REGULAR OPENINGS FOR POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCHERS

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