PhD Positions in “Digital Health – Digitalisation in Health Law”

The Max Planck Institute for Social Law and Social Policy in Munich is offering several PhD Positions (m/f/div) in “Digital Health – Digitalisation in Health Law”.

The Institute is looking for dissertation projects in the field of “Digital Health – Digitalisation in Health Law” for a new research group at our Institute. Possible topics include data protection and cybersecurity in healthcare, personalised medicine, and legal regulation of digital health.

Applicants are expected to hold an excellent degree in law that meets the doctoral admission requirements of the Law Faculty at Ludwig Maximilian University Munich (LMU). Candidates should have knowledge in digital law and/or international comparative law. Good language skills in English and German are expected, additional languages skills would be appreciated.

Applications should include a short project outline (5 pages max.), a curriculum vitae with list of publications, and copies of certificates and qualifications.

Please send your application stating reference number 23-20 until March 15th, 2021 to: hr@mpisoc.mpg.de and leber@mpisoc.mpg.de.

For further information please contact Dr. Christoffer Leber (phone: +49 89 38602-501, or e-mail: leber@mpisoc.mpg.de).

More info at academicpositions.com

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