The University of Glasgow has been selected as a host institution for the prestigious Medical Research Council (MRC) Skills Development Fellowships programme, and is keen to attract quantitative or computational social scientists to develop a
research career applying these methods to health research. Two three-year personal fellowships are available, one funded by the MRC and one by the University of Glasgow College of Social Sciences. More details of the MRC Skills Development Fellowships programme
can be found here: https://www.mrc.ac.uk/skills-careers/fellowships/skills-development-fellowships/
These are great opportunities for applicants with a background in Social Network Analysis, Multilevel Modelling, Agent Based Modelling, and other aspects of quantitative or computational social science, to work in a well-established interdisciplinary team at
Glasgow, investigating a wide variety of substantive phenomena in the context of social population complexity and health.