PhD and Postdoc opportunities

A PhD student position is now available as part of the new H2020-MSCA-ITN-2020 project SURREAL”Systems approach of urban environments and health”

The Project: SURREAL

SURREAL (Systems approach of urban environments and health) is a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network (ITN) action funded by the European Commission, which started as of January 2021. The network will employ 15 Early Stage Researchers (ESR students) for a 3 years’ high quality interdisciplinary and intersectoral PhD training. The aim of the action is to deliver a unique, creative and single training network for 15 ESR students working on an improved understanding of the urban health system’s complexity, and on co-designing and applying adequate interventions in the system. The action will draw upon interactions between academic disciplines such as epidemiology, public health, human movement science, psychology, sociology, geography, and urban planning and a wide range of entities such as medical centres, public authorities, firms, and NGOs as well as citizens. Equipped with this expertise and supported by innovative training formats, such as Collaborative Learning in Practice (CLiP), SURREAL trains the next generation of professionals in urban health.
The PhD position at Tel Aviv University (ESR 10)
The project aims at Identifying, developing and testing sensor-based technologies that will allow a dynamic investigation of individuals’ environmental exposure, activity and mobility intensity, and health outcomes. As part of the project the PhD will develop smartphone- and sensor-based tools that can be used to monitor daily behaviours and will lead a field work that utilizes these technologies. The project will be supervised by Dr. Amit Birenboim and will be performed in collaboration with INSERM, France.
 
For more details please see attached call and/or contact Dr. Amit Birenboim abirenboim@tauex.tau.ac.il

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