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Professional Doctorate (PDEng) position on predictive maintenance in collaboration with Strukton Worksphere. Your challenge is to define a general methodology …
Atherosclerosis is a highly frequent vascular condition that hugely impacts the health care system. Major clinical events caused by atherosclerosis include myocardial infarction and stroke, both top causes of global morbidity and mortality in middle-aged ...
Atherosclerosis is a highly frequent vascular condition that hugely impacts the health care system. Major clinical events caused by atherosclerosis include myocardial infarction and stroke, both top causes of global morbidity and mortality in middle-aged and elderly persons. Due to aging of the population, the global burden of atherosclerosis and thereby of its clinical consequences will continue to rise in the coming decades. Although major steps in the field of atherosclerosis have been made, many aspects about the disease remain unknown, specifically those pertaining to its natural course and differences between men and women. The candidate will further investigate these aspects of the disease using population-based imaging data. A successful candidate will have an interest in population-based studies and imaging of atherosclerosis.
We are looking for a highly motivated candidate with a master's degree in Medicine. Experience with reviewing medical images (Radiology) or epidemiological methods (MSc in Health Sciences) is a strength. A strong command of English is required.
Being able to present a certificate of good conduct is a condition for the appointment.
A healthy population and excellence in healthcare through research and education. This is what Erasmus MC stands for. Conducting groundbreaking work, pushing boundaries and leading the way in research, education, and healthcare. We are practical people with a high level of expertise, working hard to improve and renew the healthcare of today and the public health of tomorrow.
The candidate will be a appointed at the Department of Epidemiology and in close collaboration with the Department of Radiology. In particular, the candidate will be working in the researchlines of Cardiovascular Epidemiology and Population Imaging. The research will be conducted in the Rotterdam Study, an on-going population-based cohort study that began in 1990 and now follows nearly 15,000 older adults. More information on this study can be found on the Rotterdam Study website.