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Clinical Specialist at the Department of Clinical Epidemiology at Aarhus University Hospital

The position
The position is full time for one year and will start 1 July 2022 or as soon as possible thereafter. The appointment will be at the Department of Clinical Epidemiology at Aarhus University Hospital and Aarhus University.

Department of Clinical Epidemiology is a highly specialized research department working with clinical epidemiology at an international level. Our mission is to contribute to improved diagnostics and treatment and thus improved patients’ prognosis.

We seek to fulfill our mission by four means:  

  1. Free and independent research at an internationally high level within diagnostics, treatment and prognosis
  2. Methods development
  3. A graduate programme
  4. Counselling of clinical departments and public authorities regarding clinical epidemiology
Department of Clinical Epidemiology builds on the long tradition of research and teaching within epidemiology that has been established at Aarhus University. We strive to maintain an international and stimulating work environment with highly qualified employees with good social skills.

More information on the Department of Clinical Epidemiology: https://kea.au.dk/.

Your job responsibilities
The position will involve both research (including contract research) and teaching responsibilities. In daily work, the clinical specialist will work closely with other epidemiologists, clinicians, and statisticians on a given project, in Denmark and internationally. 

The main tasks are: 
  • Serve as a day-to-day investigator for national and multinational epidemiologic studies (reproductive-epidemiology on child development and neurological disorders, nutritional-epidemiology, neonatal hyperbilirubinæmi, development of children and neurological dysfunction, pharmaco-epidemiology with focus on medication during pregnancy), including contribution to and oversight of preparation of the required approvals and data applications for studies conducted in collaboration with academic or public stakeholders and industry
  • Develop from start and contribute to internally and externally developed standard scientific documentation, including study protocols, statistical analysis plans, and reports in accordance with deadlines 
  • Collaborate in various research roles with national and international academic and contract research organisations, primarily on studies on reproduction, nutrition, and medical treatment using routinely collected health data, and self-reported data 
  • Collaborate with internal and external experts to ensure each project receives the necessary clinical, statistical, and epidemiologic expertise, and adequate data quality
  • Take the lead on (co-)authoring relevant peer-reviewed articles to ensure judicious interpretation of the study results and timely publication of important epidemiologic evidence
  • Develop own research agenda and seek research funding
  • Contribute to teaching and supervision at the Aarhus University Faculty of Health Sciences at undergraduate and graduate level. It is possible to be affiliated with Aarhus University as external lecturer according to qualifications
The composition of the tasks may vary according to the department’s research priorities but will ensure that the employee will gain further qualifications within research. 

The candidate
The successful candidate will have
  • Academic qualifications at PhD level or equivalent with strong formal training in epidemiologic methods in one or more of the following areas: reproductive-epidemiology, nutritional-epidemiology, and pharmaco-epidemiology
  • Advanced training in epidemiologic principles and methods; ability to apply these methods correctly in studies; and capacity to judiciously interpret findings from studies that use these methods 
  • Experience in collaborating with other national and international research groups in reproductive epidemiology, including effective and productive work collaborations with various stakeholders in academic and non-academic sector
  • Experience planning, designing, coordinating and implementing – from development of protocol and statistical analysis plan to publication - epidemiologic studies using routinely collected and self-reported data and applying state-of-the art epidemiologic methods 
  • Strong analytical and writing skills and a track record of scientific publications and conference presentation of research 
  • On a personal level the successful candidate will 
  • Be mature, ambitious, take ownership, and possess good communication and interpersonal skills
  • Work independently, be responsible, and be capable of planning one’s own work
  • Supervise and plan the work of study coordinators, statisticians, epidemiologists, and calling for relevant clinical expertise when necessary
  • Be able to plan and oversee successful implementation of long-term multi-stakeholder projects
  • Possess fluency in oral and written English 
Salary and employment conditions in accordance with the applicable collective agreement. The employment is conditional on a satisfactory child certificate.

Questions about the position
If you have any questions about the position, please contact Head of Department, Professor and Chair, Henrik Toft Sørensen at henriser@rm.dk. 
 

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Clinical Specialist at the Department of Clinical Epidemiology at Aarhus University Hospital

The position
The position is full time for one year and will start 1 July 2022 or as soon as possible thereafter. The appointment will be at the Department of Clinical Epidemiology at Aarhus University Hospital and Aarhus University.

Department of Clinical Epidemiology is a highly specialized research department working with clinical epidemiology at an international level. Our mission is to contribute to improved diagnostics and treatment and thus improved patients’ prognosis.

We seek to fulfill our mission by four means:  

  1. Free and independent research at an internationally high level within diagnostics, treatment and prognosis
  2. Methods development
  3. A graduate programme
  4. Counselling of clinical departments and public authorities regarding clinical epidemiology
Department of Clinical Epidemiology builds on the long tradition of research and teaching within epidemiology that has been established at Aarhus University. We strive to maintain an international and stimulating work environment with highly qualified employees with good social skills.

More information on the Department of Clinical Epidemiology: https://kea.au.dk/.

Your job responsibilities
The position will involve both research (including contract research) and teaching responsibilities. In daily work, the clinical specialist will work closely with other epidemiologists, clinicians, and statisticians on a given project, in Denmark and internationally. 

The main tasks are: 
  • Serve as a day-to-day investigator for national and multinational epidemiologic studies (reproductive-epidemiology on child development and neurological disorders, nutritional-epidemiology, neonatal hyperbilirubinæmi, development of children and neurological dysfunction, pharmaco-epidemiology with focus on medication during pregnancy), including contribution to and oversight of preparation of the required approvals and data applications for studies conducted in collaboration with academic or public stakeholders and industry
  • Develop from start and contribute to internally and externally developed standard scientific documentation, including study protocols, statistical analysis plans, and reports in accordance with deadlines 
  • Collaborate in various research roles with national and international academic and contract research organisations, primarily on studies on reproduction, nutrition, and medical treatment using routinely collected health data, and self-reported data 
  • Collaborate with internal and external experts to ensure each project receives the necessary clinical, statistical, and epidemiologic expertise, and adequate data quality
  • Take the lead on (co-)authoring relevant peer-reviewed articles to ensure judicious interpretation of the study results and timely publication of important epidemiologic evidence
  • Develop own research agenda and seek research funding
  • Contribute to teaching and supervision at the Aarhus University Faculty of Health Sciences at undergraduate and graduate level. It is possible to be affiliated with Aarhus University as external lecturer according to qualifications
The composition of the tasks may vary according to the department’s research priorities but will ensure that the employee will gain further qualifications within research. 

The candidate
The successful candidate will have
  • Academic qualifications at PhD level or equivalent with strong formal training in epidemiologic methods in one or more of the following areas: reproductive-epidemiology, nutritional-epidemiology, and pharmaco-epidemiology
  • Advanced training in epidemiologic principles and methods; ability to apply these methods correctly in studies; and capacity to judiciously interpret findings from studies that use these methods 
  • Experience in collaborating with other national and international research groups in reproductive epidemiology, including effective and productive work collaborations with various stakeholders in academic and non-academic sector
  • Experience planning, designing, coordinating and implementing – from development of protocol and statistical analysis plan to publication - epidemiologic studies using routinely collected and self-reported data and applying state-of-the art epidemiologic methods 
  • Strong analytical and writing skills and a track record of scientific publications and conference presentation of research 
  • On a personal level the successful candidate will 
  • Be mature, ambitious, take ownership, and possess good communication and interpersonal skills
  • Work independently, be responsible, and be capable of planning one’s own work
  • Supervise and plan the work of study coordinators, statisticians, epidemiologists, and calling for relevant clinical expertise when necessary
  • Be able to plan and oversee successful implementation of long-term multi-stakeholder projects
  • Possess fluency in oral and written English 
Salary and employment conditions in accordance with the applicable collective agreement. The employment is conditional on a satisfactory child certificate.

Questions about the position
If you have any questions about the position, please contact Head of Department, Professor and Chair, Henrik Toft Sørensen at henriser@rm.dk. 
 

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