Project Administrator (until June 2017)
Institute for Health and Social Policy, Faculty of Medicine
Reference number: 16-0050/Management temporary
Tenure-track position as the Assistant or Associate Professor level in the field of Public Policy, to be held jointly at the Institute for Health and Social Policy (IHSP) and in the Faculty of Law, McGill University. For details, click here: public_policy_ad_eng_final_with_logo.pdf
Nous acceptons les candidatures pour un poste au niveau de professeur adjoint ou agrégé menant à la permanence dans le domaine des politiques publiques, avec une double affiliation à l’Institut des politiques sociales et de la santé (IPSS) et à la Faculté de droit de l’Université McGill. Pour plus d'informations cliquez ici: professeur_adjoint_ou_agrege_-_ihsp-law.pdf
The IHSP is accepting applications for all student programs. Over 30 awards available. See "Student Programs" for more details.
Several IHSP faculty members offer student assistantships and work opportunities through their research programmes. For additional information, it is best to contact the professor directly. Please note that this list of student assistanceships is not exhaustive, and more up-to-date information may be available through individual faculty websites listed on the IHSP faculty page.
(1) Professor Baumgartner is looking for independent, creative and motivated Masters and PhD students to work on several exciting research projects on environment and global health. She is open to advising students with various backgrounds who have an interest in environmental health, exposure science and/or epidemiology. Some positions will involve hands-on environmental measurements and some international field work. Please visit the Baumgartner Research Group’s webpage for more information.
The PROSPERED (Policy-Relevant Observational Studies for Population Equity and Responsible Development) research project at the Institute for Health and Social Policy, McGill University is looking for a doctoral research fellow for a (conditional) two-year term. The Fellowship is aimed at students with a background in epidemiology, statistics, economics, political science, public health, or similar relevant discipline, who have an interest in social policy, global health, and health equity, and who want to develop a career in global public health.
Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis, with a start date of September 1, 2017. Inquiries and applications should be directed to applicants [dot] ihsp [at] mcgill [dot] ca.
Please read the attached fellowship description for more information.