Interested in Health Analytics?
We are offering a 10 week opportunity for you to use cutting edge health data science methods and technology to solve some of the most challenging issues in healthcare. As an analyst, you will be a core part of the teams working to deliver client projects. You will be working with real world data sources, planning and carrying out analyses using R, SQL or Python, and helping to turn results into insights for our clients by creating data visualisations and writing reports and scientific publications.
In 2020 LCP launched our Health Analytics practice, providing analytical and research services for companies and organisations across life sciences and healthcare. Our team brings together clinicians, statisticians, epidemiologists, health economists and health data scientists alongside our established actuarial, analytics and technology teams to deliver new solutions for the fundamental challenges in health.
Looking for a bit more information? Read our brochure which introduces the department, explains the programme and shares what it's really like working at LCP.
Find out more about our Health Analytics services here.
- You should possess a 2:1 degree or better in a numerate or scientific subject or Medical degree (MBBS, MBChB or equivalent) with evidence of strong quantitative skills (e.g. A-level Mathematics or Statistics or a university module with a high mark). A health-related Masters degree or PhD (e.g. Statistics, Public Health, Epidemiology, Health Data Science, Health Economics, Medicine) is desirable.
- Experience in the healthcare and/or life sciences industry is desirable.
If you have any questions, please email our recruitment team on: firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications are now closed for our Health Analytics Postgraduate Internship 2023.
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Applications are now open for our Health Analytics Postgraduate Internship 2023.