The SIPHER Consortium is a large systems science-based public health research initiative which is being established with funding from the UK Prevention Research Partnership (UKPRP). SIPHER seeks to develop innovative research to prevent physical and mental ill health, and tackle persistent health inequalities. It will work across some of the most important social determinants of health: inclusive economic growth; decent and affordable housing; policies that promote mental wellbeing, and mitigating the long-term effects of adverse childhood experiences.
SIPHER has three vacancies for postdoctoral research roles in complex systems modelling, simulation and decision analysis – two at the University of Sheffield, and one at the University of Leeds. For more details about these vacancies, and links for how to apply, please see: https://sipher.ac.uk/vacancies-and-placements/
To discuss any of these opportunities informally, please contact a SIPHER colleague:
Alison Heppenstall (email@example.com) and Nik Lomax (N.M.Lomax@leeds.ac.uk) at the University of Leeds
Robin Purshouse (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Visakan Kadirkamanathan (email@example.com) at the University of Sheffield