The Child Health Evaluative Sciences (CHES) program is recruiting a Post-Doctoral Research Fellow to work in collaboration with a team of Investigators on CIHR and Genome Canada-funded projects related to the clinical utility and cost consequences of emerging genomic technologies. Advanced skills in statistical analyses and measurement science (i.e. development and assessment of validity and reliability of novel measurement tools) are essential. The fellow will be working at the Hospital for Sick Children within Dr. Robin Hayeems’ research group and in
collaboration with a diverse team of motivated researchers and graduate students with expertise in health services research, health policy, health economics, and measurement science. The fellow will review relevant literature, assist in the development of the analytical design, conduct analyses in a reproducible manner and lead the reporting of these analyses.

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