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Pandemic EVIDENCE Collaboration Fellowship Opportunities

We are currently accepting applications for Evidence-Informed Fellows.

The Pandemic EVIDENCE Collaboration aims to build capacity and foster ongoing collaboration to sustain researcher and decision-maker partnerships to facilitate effective knowledge exchange and develop ‘oven-ready’ research protocols to launch research projects rapidly during the early phases of pandemics.

The collaboration aims

  • Generating high-quality evidence for Non-Pharmacologic Interventions (NPIs) during a global public health emergency.
  • Fostering effective and efficient knowledge exchange during pandemics so scientists and public health officials address the most relevant policy and care questions.
  • Influencing policymakers and health system leaders to incorporate the resulting evidence into decision-making.
  • Evaluating the short- and long-term consequences of NPI policies on health (e.g., length and quality of life), economic (eg income, housing, and food security), psychosocial (eg community cohesion), and environmental (ie natural and built environment—eg biosafety and waste management) wellbeing.  

Evidence-informed fellowships are designed to enable postgraduate trainees, post-doctoral fellows, and early to mid-career researchers with an active interest in improving the generation and use of evidence for NPIs in health emergencies.

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The Pandemic EVIDENCE Collaboration invites interested individuals to apply for the Evidence-Informed Fellows programme.

Successful applicants will be awarded funds of £6,500 for the duration of the project (01/01/2024 – 31/12/2026) to cover costs associated with contributing to the collaboration.

Generously funded by the McCall MacBain Foundation.