Danish Centre for Health Economics is looking to hire postdocs and PhDs
The positions will run for a period of three (perhaps four) years. We have many exciting research projects starting up (e.g. the WELLCARE-project), which is why we are looking to expand our research group. As part of the employment process and based on the candidates skills, we will agree with candidates on which specific projects to contribute to. Read more about the postdoc positions here: https://www.sdu.dk/en/service/ledige_stillinger/1204262
If you wish to here more about the positions, then you are more than welcome to contact me on email@example.com or (+45)28826998.
I am employed as an Associate Professor at DaCHE – Danish Centre for Health Economics. I am a member of the BEH net – Behavioural Experiments in Health, iHEA and the Odense Risk Group. I also act as an expert advisor to the committee for remuneration of general practice (Honorarstrukturrådet for almen praksis).
My research is focused on the market for health care services. More specifically, financial incentive schemes targeted health care professionals, health care professionals’ motivational profiles, and inequality in patients’ access to care. I develop theoretical models and perform quantitative analyses using data from administrative registers, surveys, and laboratory experiments.
I have been awarded the Semper Ardens Accelerate grant from The Carlsberg Foundation. The grant supports “The WELLCARE project”, which aims to to assess the importance of physicians’ wellbeing for their responses to policies that seek to improve quality of care. The project is a collaboration with excellent national and international researchers. Read more here: Link.
Contact: Department of Public Health, University of Southern Denmark, J.B. Winsløws Vej 9B, 1. floor, 5000 Odense C, Denmark.