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Glasgow Caledonian University is currently hiring a Research Fellow to work in the area of physical activity and sedentary behaviour. From the website:

The School of Health and Life Sciences is looking to appoint a fixed term Research Fellow for 36 months to the Healthy Ageing and Active Living Research Group in the Institute for Applied Health Research. The post holder will contribute to the high quality and impact of the group’s research. We seek an outstanding individual with the right combination of research, numerate and public engagement skills to be part of our vibrant team. The Research Fellow will be embedded within the research team under direction from Prof Dawn Skelton and Prof Jo Booth to specifically work on our portfolio of research and develop new projects on promoting physical activity and reducing sedentary behaviour in later life.

For more details, please visit the Glasgow Caledonian University website.

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