An exciting opportunity is currently available for a Post Doctoral Research Fellow at Glasgow Caledonian University studying the impact of alcohol Minimum Unit Pricing on homeless people
Glasgow Caledonian University
Assessing the impact of Minimum Unit Pricing Among Homeless People
Post Doctoral Research Fellow. Grade 7 Full-time. 20 months.
Salary £42,036 – £48,677 per year
We are looking for a researcher who would like to join our vibrant research team. You will work in close collaboration with and under the supervision of Professor Lawrie Elliott and Professor Carol Emslie on the evaluation of the impact of Minimum Unit Pricing (MUP) among Homeless People. MUP is a Scottish Government policy that aims to reduce the harm from alcohol. The research is funded by CSO.