Centre for Lifespan and Chronic Illness Research (CLiCIR)
Centre for Lifespan and Chronic Illness Research (CLiCIR) is a research centre at the University of Hertfordshire specialising in health services R&D (HSR).
It incorporates the NIHR research design service for the East of England and also collaborates with local NHS trusts on national and international health care projects.
Research activity within CLiCIR is organised into four areas of HSR expertise:
Statistics and mathematical modelling are integral aspects of the health-related research. We have expertise in the development of new methods of medical statis...
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CLiCIR offers volunteer internships for graduates with suitable qualifications, ie those with good grades in research methods and statistics.
These can provide:
- valuable experience of conducting research in the NHS/charitable sector
- relevant experience to supplement your CV Successful internships frequently lead to paid research assistant employment within CliCIR
Visiting Post Docs/Research Fellow
We have a number of visiting researchers working with us. We are always keen to receive enquiries especially from overseas researchers who wish to come and work in our group.