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Lecturer in One Health and Environmental Economics (Research & Teaching Track)

  • miriam.yentumi 
  • Full Time
  • Glasgow
  • Grade 7 - £37,474 - £42,155 per annum GBP / Year

Website UofGHEHTA University of Glasgow

HEHTA is a multi-disciplinary academic research group.

This post is full time and open ended.

Closing date: 16th January 2023

We have an exciting opportunity for a Lecturer (Research & Teaching Track) to undertake high-quality research and teaching and make a leading contribution to the bridging of research between HEHTA’s research themes (in particular ‘The Economics of Population Health’ and ‘Global Health’) in the School of Biodiversity, One Health & Veterinary Medicine’s One Health and Environmental Economics research themes. We think of the concept of “One Health” as the integration of ecosystem health, animal health and human health and well-being.

You will also provide associated teaching to support PGT and PGR activity in One Health economics, environmental economics, and global health economics methods development more generally. This post forms part of a strategic investment by the University of Glasgow in the fast-developing field of One Health, and our Research Hub in International Development.

The School of Health & Wellbeing is inter-disciplinary, crossing the College of Medical, Veterinary and Life Sciences and the College of Social Sciences. The School is strongly committed to the principles of equality and diversity, and in 2018 won a coveted Athena SWAN Gold Award.

Job Purpose

To undertake high-quality research and teaching and make a leading contribution to the bridging of research between HEHTA’s research themes (in particular ‘The Economics of Population Health’ and ‘Global Health’) and the School of Biodiversity, One Health & Veterinary Medicine’s One Health and Environmental Economics research themes. We think of the concept of “One Health” as the integration of ecosystem health, animal health and human health and well-being.

This post will also provide associated teaching to support PGT and PGR activity in One Health economics, environmental economics, and global health economics methods development more generally. This post forms part of a strategic investment by the University of Glasgow in the fast-developing field of One Health, and our Research Hub in International Development.

To apply for this job please visit www.gla.ac.uk.

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