The appointee will be involved in data analysis of large panel datasets from Malawi and Ethiopia to understand the relationship between social / behavioral challenges and child growth and development.
He / she will be working with data generated from surveys, ultrasound, Bailey tests, and nutritional biomarkers.
This research is relevant to the following fields : development and health economics, public health, and public policy.
ii) strong empirical data analysis skills; and (iii) Proficiency in English and Stata software. Relevant research experience is an advantage.
Undergraduate students in the field will also be considered as part-time Junior Research Assistant. (Duration : 3 12 months, renewable, starting May 2021)
Starting salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. Medical benefits and paid leave will be provided where applicable.
Please apply on or before : 26 May 2021.