Junior CINCH Fellowship
The junior fellowships are aimed at early career researchers working in the field of health economics. Fellows are given the opportunity to execute a research project within the remit of CINCH. In order for the applicant to experience the vibrant health economics environment at CINCH, we prefer applicants to visit during term time. The dates for the next terms are October 2020-February 2021 and April-July 2021.
Benefits to Applicant:
- Visit of a major German health economics research unit
- Collaboration with CINCH researchers and partner institutions such as the RWI – Leibniz Institute for Economic Research and Leibniz Science Campus Ruhr
- Access to high-quality German (administrative) data and the Essen Laboratory for Experimental Economics
- Presentation of the work in the health economics seminar series and publication in the CINCH working paper series
- Guidance with respect to housing, public transport, etc.
- Assumption of travel and accomodation expenses
- Competitive research proposal within the remit of CINCH
- Visits should last roughly between two and four months during term time
- Researchers in all stages of their careers are invited to apply, but preference will be given to those who graduated within the last five years or close to completion of their PhD
- Dates of potential visit
- Research proposal including a motivation of how it matches with CINCH
- One recommendation letter from a supervisor or line manager