The Project on Harm Reduction as Public Policy invites applications for a full-time post-doctoral fellow (supported through Tri-Council funds) at McGill University. The Project on Harm Reduction as Public Policy brings together researchers from a variety of disciplines including law, philosophy and political science to investigate the ways in which harm reduction practice and discourse are increasingly being taken up across a wide range of policy domains including, but not limited to, sexual and reproductive health, sex work, drug use, and physician-assisted dying.
The post-doctoral fellow will engage in a course of independent research related to the project. This could either be qualitative or critical case study analysis, or a study contributing to the understanding of the emergence of harm reduction as a policy framework more broadly. The successful applicant will also supervise graduate and undergraduate research assistants associated with the project.
For more details and to apply, please refer to the call for applications.
The IHSP is accepting applications for all student programs. Over 30 awards available. See "Student Programs" for more details.
Several IHSP faculty members offer student assistantships and work opportunities through their research programmes. For additional information, it is best to contact the professor directly. Please note that this list of student assistanceships is not exhaustive, and more up-to-date information may be available through individual faculty websites listed on the IHSP faculty page.
(1) Professor Baumgartner is looking for independent, creative and motivated Masters and PhD students to work on several exciting research projects on environment and global health. She is open to advising students with various backgrounds who have an interest in environmental health, exposure science and/or epidemiology. Some positions will involve hands-on environmental measurements and some international field work. Please visit the Baumgartner Research Group’s webpage for more information.