Do you have experience in quantitative data analysis and analysing large datasets?
We have an exciting opportunity for a part-time research assistant role to undertake secondary data analysis of UK Biobank and Understanding Society data using statistics software (e.g. Stata, R).
We have secured prestigious funding from UKRI (MRC) for a project starting 30th September 2023. The project is a collaboration between Bournemouth University as lead, Loughborough University and University of Chester that aims to develop a food-based intervention to improve nutrition in UK South Asian and Black African and Caribbean older adults.
There is up to 240 hours of funded work to be delivered between a 6-12 month period and can be undertaken through secure remote working.
If you would like to know more about the opportunity, please send your CV and email (no later than 25th August 2023) to Professor Rebecca Hardy, Professor of Epidemiology and Medical Statistics email@example.com. or Professor Jane Murphy, Professor of Nutrition firstname.lastname@example.org. Please contact Professor Hardy if you have any queries about the skills required for the post.
We welcome expressions of interest from people from a Black, Asian or other Minority Ethnic background but accept applications from all groups.
The RIPEN Hub will receive £250,000 per annum from the BBSRC (Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council) – Diet and Health Open Innovation Research Club to fund research across three streams. The three streams are:
Feasibility Award, each with a maximum value of £100,000 with match funding from industrial partner
Mobility Award, each with a maximum value of £100,000
Progression Award, each with a maximum value of £50,000
Project applications should align with the 2023/24 priority areas listed below:
a. Food structure (matrix effects, bioavailability)
b. Food processing (degree and type of processing)
c. Chemical constituents in foods (fibre, vitamins, additives, sweeteners)
d. Alternative food sources (plants, insects, algae)
e. Targeted nutrition (individual/grouped)
To be able to apply, you have to be a member of the RIPEN Hub.
Join the RIPEN Hub:
The NIHR is seeking to appoint members to their Health and Social Care Delivery Research (HSDR) Programme and Health Technology Assessment (HTA) Programme committees as Committee Member Development Scheme (CMDS) Participants. They are one year development opportunities are for nurses and midwives currently at Band 6 or above, or in an equivalent academic role who have a good understanding and experience of front-line health and care practice. Read more information here.
Please see the latest BUCRU Bulletin from the Bournemouth University Clinical Research Unit. We hope you find it interesting. Featuring details on our online NIHR Grant Applications Seminar next week (28th July) and how to register.
BUCRU supports researchers to improve the quality, quantity, and efficiency of research locally by supporting grant applications and providing on-going support in funded projects, as well as developing our own programme of research.
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