The UCL Centre for Behaviour Change is recruiting for the post Research Fellow in Implementation Science and were hoping this could please be advertised on the EHPS site.
Department: UCL Centre for Behaviour Change, Clinical Education and Health Psychology – Faculty of Brain Sciences
University: University of College London
We are recruiting for a highly motivated researcher with an interest in behaviour change, global health, maternal health, implementation science, and/or health services research to work on the E-MTOVE programme of research. This post is funded for three-years in the first instance reporting to the CBC's Research Lead Dr Fabiana Lorencatto, with a preferred start date of March-April 2020.
Duration of post: Three years in the first instance
Closing date for applications: 16 February
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developmental projects that involve multiple NIA-sponsored research centers to foster new
research in the area of Resilience and Reserve in Aging. The RCCN has set aside $80,000 to fund
at least 2 projects addressing this topic. Applications are due February 18, 2020 with awards
announced by March 31, 2020.