We are looking for a motivated candidate to join our team. The candidate will be responsible for the overall coordination and management of the ELEVATE consortium, consisting of nine partners in five countries. In addition, the candidate will supervise the public health research at the Belgian site, including but not limited to identifying hard-to-reach populations for cervical cancer screening and conducting the pilot study of the new HPV test in Belgium.

The International Centre for Reproductive Health (Department of Public Health & Primary Care, Ghent University, Belgium) invites expressions of interest for applications from foreign post doctoral researchers for funded Research Stays of up to 6 months

PhD defense of Mr. Saverio Bellizzi was on Wednesday 13th of March 2019 at Ghent University Hospital Campus

The International Centre for Reproductive Health (Department of Public Health & Primary Care, Ghent University, Belgium) invites expressions of interest for Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) Individual Fellowship applications for the September 2019 deadline.

In het kader van een onderzoeksproject rond seksueel geweld bij “verzoekers om internationale bescherming” (vroeger asielzoekers genoemd) die in België verblijven zoekt het International Centre for Reproductive Health [ICRH] van de Universiteit Gent interviewers die op vrijwillige basis aan dit project wensen mee te werken voor de periode van april 2019 tot en met september 2019.

In het kader van een onderzoeksproject rond seksueel geweld bij ouderen zoekt het International Centre for Reproductive Health (ICRH) van de Universiteit Gent interviewers die op vrijwillige basis aan dit project wensen mee te werken voor de periode van april 2019 tot en met september 2019.

We are currently seeking motivated Masters students/graduates for the following opportunities in the ANSER network, based at ICRH

An international research alliance, led by Ghent University, announces a five-year project to develop a new test and approach for cervical cancer screening in hard-to-reach populations. The test will combine self-sampling with a new low-cost, portable measurement device and will be validated in dedicated screening trials in Belgium, Brazil, Ecuador, and Portugal.

The prestigious African Academy of Sciences awarded prof. Marleen Temmerman as a leading scientist working in the region and promoting research across the continent.

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