Pär SegerdahlAt CRB we seek new ways to study how people respond to health information, especially risk information, and how they make trade-offs between risks and benefits. We are right now looking for a PhD student who can work in one of these projects. The task involves both qualitative and quantitative work, including so-called Discrete Choice Experiments.

CRB is an international research environment and the working language is English. However, for this position the applicant must be proficient in Swedish, to be able to carry out the qualitative work.

If you know a Swedish speaking person who might be interested, please inform him or her about the advertised position. The Swedish version of this post contains links to information about the position.

Deadline for applications is 12 September.

Pär Segerdahl

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