Career Development Fellowships, Public Health Research

Applications are invited for Career Development Fellowships to work within the Centre for Diet and Activity Research (CEDAR) at the University of Cambridge.

Like Fuse, CEDAR ( is one of five UKCRC-funded centres of excellence in public health research.  It aims to understand the population determinants of dietary and physical activity behaviour, evaluate the effectiveness of interventions and estimate the long term costs and benefits of behaviour change.

Career development fellowships provide post-doctoral scientists with a fixed term training position to develop their research and transferable skills. In discussion with CEDAR Investigators, successful applicants will have the opportunity to develop and lead their own research plans within the overall scope of the centre. These are prestigious appointments and the positions are intended to provide a pathway for successful candidates to obtain independent personal research fellowships in the future.

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The closing date is 7 June.

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