Applicants are expected to hold, or about to obtain a minimum upper second class undergraduate degree (or equivalent) in biostatistics, psychology or a related health or social science discipline, with a substantial statistics component. A Masters qualification at merit or distinction level in a relevant discipline would be a significant advantage. Clinical trials research experience would be useful.
This project has a standard fee. Details of our fee bands can be found here (View Website). For information on how to apply for this project, please visit our website (View Website).
Informal enquiries may be made directly to the primary supervisor.
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