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Research Assistant

Job Ref: 1802229
Location: London
Salary: £30,922 – £32,067
Hours: Full Time
Contract Type: Fixed-Term/Contract
Closing date: 14th June 2019 at 23:59
Interview date: TBC

We invite applications to work on an exciting ERC project led by Dr Alice Goisis. Working with Dr. Goisis, you will conduct quantitative analyses to study children who are conceived through medically assisted reproduction (e.g. IVF) and conduct literature reviews on the topic. The project aims to analyse the effects of Medically Assisted Reproduction (e.g. IVF, artificial insemination, ovulation induction) on the well-being of children, adults and parents. The project will rely on data from the UK Millennium Cohort Study and other datasets from Nordic countries.  You will be expected to contribute to:

  • Use appropriate statistical software to derive new variables from the UK Millennium Cohort Study and other datasets used in the project.
  • Conduct quantitative analyses to study adults who undergo Medically Assisted Reproduction (MAR) to conceive and children who are born after Medically Assisted Reproduction.
  • Conduct literature reviews on the topic of Medically Assisted Reproduction.
  • Write reports documenting changes over time in the provision and utilization of Medically Assisted Reproduction.

This post is available from 01 June 2019 and is funded until 31 May 2020 in the first instance.

You will have completed (or be near completion of) a post graduate qualification or equivalent experience in a relevant discipline such as demography, sociology, quantitative social science or psychology. You will have knowledge of quantitative methods (e.g. regression techniques) and experience of data management including data cleaning and deriving variables (ideally from large-scale datasets).

If you have any queries regarding the vacancy, please contact Dr. Alice Goisis at a.goisis@ucl.ac.uk.

Click here to apply on the UCL website.

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