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PhD Vacancy in Open science and reproducibility, Disability Research – Sweden

Linköping University

Sweden

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We are looking for a PhD student in Disability Research, with a focus on open science and reproducibility at the Department of Behavioural Sciences and Learning – Linkoping university, Sweden, Oct 2021.

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General Info

Position: PhD
No. of Positions: 1
Research Field: , , ,
Deadline to Apply: October 22, 2021(GMT +2)
Joining Date: -
Contract Period: Not Mentioned
Salary: According to Standard Norms

Workplace:
Disability Research Division (DRD)
Department of Behavioural Sciences and Learning
Linköping University
Linköping,

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Qualification Details

You have graduated at Master’s level in disability research, psychology, cognitive science, medicine, or other subject of relevance for disability research, or completed courses with a minimum of 240 credits, at least 60 of which must be in advanced courses in a topic of relevance for disability research. Alternatively, you have gained essentially corresponding knowledge in another way.

This is a project where the doctoral student will work together with various interdisciplinary teams. It is, therefore, a basic requirement that applicants want to work in this way. Of particular relevance is an educational background within disability research, psychology, cognitive science or other subjects with relevance for disability research.

Of particular relevance is documented experience with systematic reviews, meta-analysis and reproducibility. Documented experience with the software R, R-Markdown, Zotero and Rayyan is of relevance. Documented experience of working in disability science, meta-science and / or interdisciplinary projects is also of relevance.

Since the project includes collaboration with international partners, the applicant should have a good command of English both orally and in writing

Responsibilities/Job Description

This position is within a project on open and reproducible systematic reviews in disability research. The doctoral student will, in collaboration with interdisciplinary teams, formulate research questions, systematically search and quality assess the literature, extract data, code effect sizes, do meta-analyses, and write scientific articles. The doctoral student will also collaborate with researchers in a project funded by the Swedish Research Council on meta-analyses in education. Within this project, there is an established collaboration with the research group Methods and Meta-science at the Linnaeus University, on the development of standards to increase the reproducibility in systematic reviews and meta-analyses, for example by contributing to the development of an interactive web platform for systematic reviews.

As a doctoral student, you devote most of your time to doctoral studies and the research projects of which you are part. Your work may also include teaching or other departmental duties, up to a maximum of 20% of full-time.

How to Apply?

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Reference Number: -LiU-2021-03913
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About the Department

Research at the Disability Research Division (DRD) includes projects relating to hearing impairment and deafness, combined vision and hearing impairment, neuropsychiatric disabilities (e.g. ADHD), and learning difficulties (learn more about our research, https://liu.se/en/organisation/liu/ibl/ahv). Our scientific focus is on communication, cognition, and various language modalities including spoken, written and signed language. We study populations at different stages of the lifespan as well as longitudinally. Our research is often experimental or correlational and aims to unveil behavioural, cognitive, and neural mechanisms.

About the Employer: Linköping University

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Contact details

Henrik Danielsson
Professor
013- 28 21 99
henrik.danielsson@liu.se

Emil Holmer
avdelningschef
013-282046
emil.holmer@liu.se

Hanna Nilsson
HR-partner
013-28 47 55
hanna.nilsson@liu.se

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