Research Fellow in Epidemiological Modelling - Work on the” #GeMVi project modelling viral diseases in East Africa

We are seeking up to two highly skilled and quantitative researchers to join multiple projects seeking to analyse, model and predict the dynamics of a range of infectious diseases. Ideal candidate would have a strong background in mathematical or statistical modelling of infectious diseases, experience with matching models to data or an understanding of genomics applied to disease transmission.

These posts will work on the NIHR-funded Global Health Research Group “Application of Genomics and Modelling to the Control of Virus Pathogens” GeMVi (

This project seeks to model viral diseases in East Africa, to combined genomic and epidemiological data, and to help train the next generation of East African researchers.

Enquiries should be directed to

Applications via the HR website should include a CV and list of publications, research statement and links to a small selection of reprints/preprints or part of your PhD thesis as appropriate. All applicants should also ensure that their three referees send their references by email to the School, of Life Sciences HR Department, University of Warwick at by the closing date or soon after.

Closing date: 11:59pm on 7 May 2019

University of Warwick
United Kingdom
Closing date
May 7th, 2019
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April 15th, 2019 16:24
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April 15th, 2019 16:24