The Division of Clinical Pharmacology at UCT is seeking candidates with excellent quantitative skills to work on mathematical modelling in pharmacology.
To support the implementation of the Health Systems Strengthening project with an emphasis on leading the implementation of the Women and Child Health technical programme at the district and provincial level.
The Data Manager will be responsible for managing the relationship with partners at the WHO in Geneva and for leading data activities.
To design and implement research projects and programme evaluations, conduct analysis of data and publish scientific articles.
The successful incumbent will be expected to lead a research programme in occupational hygiene.
To perform biostatistical consultations for ocular research, participate in the randomized controlled trial data coordinating center, and pursue their own funded research program.
To develop mathematical/statistical models to analyse a large serological dataset documenting the circulation of influenza strains in Madagascar.
To assist in a project improving our understanding of how insecticide resistance arises and spreads through mosquito populations.
LSTM is an internationally recognised centre of excellence for research in tropical diseases. The creation of effective links with governments, organisations and institutions and responding to the health needs of communities allows LSTM to promote improved health, particularly for people of the less developed / resource poorest countries in the tropics and sub-tropics. We are
The School of Public Health seeks a talented and committed academic to play a leading role in running and strengthening the doctoral programme.