Jobs with HEHTA

Current opportunities 

Senior Lecturer in Health Economics

Vacancy Ref: 033499

Salary Grade 9, £52,560 - £59,135 per annum      

The Health Economics and Health Technology Assessment (HEHTA) Research Group ( is a fast-growing and vibrant team of multi-disciplinary researchers, who share common interests in the areas of health economics and health technology assessment. Our team has a growing portfolio of cross-disciplinary research in addressing complex questions, using linked health and related data. We are currently seeking an enthusiastic and motivated Senior Lecturer, with excellent research skills and experience in analysing linked health and related data to join our group. The post holder will pursue a world-class research programme, and contribute to the development and enhancement of the research profile of the Institute of Health and Wellbeing and HEHTA. In addition, the post holder will also develop and lead teaching courses that are closely aligned to their area of expertise for our professional short courses and postgraduate teaching programmes.

Applications are invited from candidates with a PhD qualification or equivalent research profile in health economics, extensive and up-to-date knowledge of novel methodological approaches in the analysis of linked health and related data, and evidence of a developing international reputation in this field of research.

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Informal Enquiries should be directed to Professor Emma McIntosh

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Closing date: 6th April 2020


We are always interested to hear from individuals interested in working with us.

For any enquiries or informal discussions  please contact:   Tel: 0141 330 4010


Yiqiao Xin

 Here one of our researchers, Yiqiao Xin, talks about her experience of working with HEHTA.


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