Postdoctoral Fellowship in Statistics/Methodology/Pharmacoepidemiolo 2019, University of Groningen, Netherlands

University of Groningen


April 24, 2019

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Postdoctoral Fellowship Statistics/Methodology/Pharmacoepidemiolo (1.0 FTE) (219177)


The University of Groningen is a research university with a global outlook, deeply rooted in Groningen, City of Talent. Quality has had top priority for four hundred years, and with success: the University is currently in or around the top 100 on several influential global ranking lists.

The Faculty of Science and Engineering harbours a kaleidoscope of disciplines and research strengths. Our programmes in research and education range from nanomaterials and biomachinery to astronomy, from mathematics to pharmacy, from neurosciences to computer science, and from molecular and evolutionary biology to engineering and technology.
On top of its track record of research excellence, the Faculty offers a large number of Bachelor’s degree programmes (overseen by our Undergraduate School of Science and Engineering) and Master’s degree programmes (overseen by our Graduate School of Science and Engineering). Nearly all of our Bachelor's (BSc) and Master's degree programmes (MSc) are fully English-taught, thus allowing students from all over the world to follow a degree programme with us.

The FSE Fellowship programme
Our unique FSE fellowship programme offers temporary positions for talented junior researchers who want to further develop both their research and teaching skills. You will have an appointment for four years during which you can do challenging research, have various teaching responsibilities (approximately 30% of the time), and be offered opportunities for training and career orientation.
From the start, you will have a personal Work and Development Plan (WDP) that describes the specific research, teaching and training activities that you will undertake. You will receive didactic training in your first year and have the opportunity to obtain a University Teaching Qualification form the third year. In addition to the yearly Result and Development Interviews with your supervisors, you will have a yearly meeting with a career counsellor to discuss your career development and plans.
A personal budget of a €1000 per year is dedicated for additional training and career activities.

Job description

The research field of the fellow will be Pharmacoepidemiology in our PharmLines Initiative (prescription data from combined with pharmacogenetic data from LifeLines).
You will give lectures in various courses on pharmacoepidemiology and supervise BSc- and MSc-projects in Pharmacy and in Master Pharmaceutical Sciences.

The position is embedded in the Groningen Research Institute of Pharmacy (GRIP).


You have:

  • a PhD, obtained no longer than 3 years ago, preferably from another university than the University of Groningen
  • a promising research record
  • affinity with teaching; individuals with actual teaching experience will be favoured
  • an excellent command of English.

Conditions of employment

You will have an initial appointment of one year that will be extended by 3 years if you perform satisfactorily. The fellowship will not be extended after the four years period. The starting salary is dependent on the date you obtained your PhD and your postdoctoral years.

  • 0 years: €3,255 gross per month for a fulltime position
  • 1 year: € 3,389 gross per month for a fulltime position
  • 2 years €3,514 gross per month for a fulltime position
  • 3 years €3,637- gross per month for a fulltime position

The UFO-profile Researcher/Lecturer (scale 10) applies.

In addition to the primary salary the University offers 8% holiday allowance and an end-of-year bonus of 8,3%.

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April 22, 2019