NEAR is looking for a postdoctoral researcher to conduct work on epidemiological research on depression in relation to neurodegenerative disorders in older adults. The postdoc researcher will spend her or his time at KI and GU carrying out a project concerning the complex interrelations between psychiatric- and neurodegenerative disorders. The postdoc researcher will be working with NEAR data harmonization for variables related to the project.
The applicant should have a PhD in Medicine and have good knowledge of depression in late life. A Master of science in Public Health is preferred. Experience of working with data collection and logistics within population-based epidemiological studies, data cleaning, quality controls and work of improvements in databases is also necessary. Experience of previous research in epidemiology, aging or mental illness is a merit. Experience in quantitative methods is also a merit. Scientific productivity (in terms of published articles) and documented ability to apply for and get funding, are further merits. Great emphasis will be placed on collaborative ability, ability to work independently and personal suitability. We stress research expertise when assessing applicants.
We are happy to announce that the National E-infrastructure for Aging Research (NEAR) received the research infrastructure grant 2021 by the Swedish Research Council (VR) for the project period from year 2023 to 2028. The purpose of the VR grant is to support already existing research infrastructures of national importance. Three years ago, the Swedish […]
NEAR is looking for a Database Coordinator who primarily will lead the work on metadata documentation. The primary task is to document collected data and verify that already documented data follows the correct format. The Database Coordinator will also lead the documentation performed by the other database managers and act as a project manager and […]
On 24th of May 2021, Harpa Sif Eyjólfsdóttir at Karolinska Institutet, defended her doctoral thesis entitled: “Unequal tracks? Studies in work, retirement and health” The overall aim of this thesis was to study how retirement is influenced by health status, socioeconomic position, and gender in Sweden; and in turn how the timing of exit from […]