Vacancy – PhD student (VUB/UCL) – Mortality and migration: how do they add up?
Russian Jews being examined before emigration to the United States. 1891. (Wellcome Collection)

Vacancy – PhD student (VUB/UCL) – Mortality and migration:

how do they add up?

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The EOS project “How inequality kills. Two centuries of social and spatial disparities in all-cause and cause-specific mortality in Belgium (1800-2025)” (INEQKILL) is looking for a doctoral researcher. the doctoral researcher will conduct quantitative research on internal and international migration-related inequalities in various causes of death among adults (cancer, cardiovascular diseases, infectious diseases, neurodegenerative diseases, external causes…).

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Vacancy – PhD student (UGent/VUB) – Socio-economic disparities in cardiovascular and cancer mortality
Purpuric ecchymoses on the surface of the heart.
(St Bartholomew's Hospital Archives & Museum)

Vacancy – PhD student (UGent/VUB) – Socio-economic disparities in cardiovascular and cancer mortality

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In het kader van het EOS project "Hoe ongelijkheid doodt. Twee eeuwen van sociale en spatiale ongelijkheid in algemene en oorzaakspecifieke sterfte in België (1800-2025)" (INEQKILL) zijn wij op zoek naar een doctoraatsonderzoeker. INEQKILL is een vierjarig interdisciplinair project dat gefinancierd wordt door het FWO (Fonds Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek Vlaanderen) en…

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Vacancy – MSc Researcher (UCL) – Spatial data
Mortality in 1880
(Atlas of Belgium, National Committee of Geography)

Vacancy – MSc Researcher (UCL) – Spatial data

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The EOS project "How inequality kills. Two centuries of social and spatial disparities in all-cause and cause-specific mortality in Belgium (1800-2025)" (INEQKILL) is looking for a scientific researcher. The researcher will assemble, process, extract and link environmental indicators from various historical and contemporary sources for the benefit of the entire consortium, and assist all teams with spatial processing and analysis.

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Vacancy – PhD student (UCL) – Infectious Diseases
Louis Pasteur, proponent of the 'germ' theory of disease. Oil painting after A. Edelfelt. (Wellcome Collection.)

Vacancy – PhD student (UCL) – Infectious Diseases

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The EOS project "How inequality kills. Two centuries of social and spatial disparities in all-cause and cause-specific mortality in Belgium (1800-2025)" (INEQKILL) is looking for a doctoral researcher. As a part of this project, the doctoral researcher will conduct quantitative research on socioeconomic inequalities in mortality from infectious diseases under the supervision of the project coordinators. The aim of the PhD is to map social inequalities in mortality from infectious diseases from 1800 until 2025 via statistical, demographic and epidemiologic analyses using register and census data.

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Vacancy – PhD student (VUB/UGent) – Cardiovascular and cancer mortality
Miss Mosley, afflicted with breast cancer. Watercolour, 1828.
(Wellcome collection)

Vacancy – PhD student (VUB/UGent) – Cardiovascular and cancer mortality

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The EOS project "How inequality kills. Two centuries of social and spatial disparities in all-cause and cause-specific mortality in Belgium (1800-2025)" (INEQKILL) is looking for a doctoral researcher. As a part of this project, the doctoral researcher will conduct quantitative research on socioeconomic inequalities in mortality from man-made diseases under the supervision of the project coordinators. The aim of the PhD is to map social inequalities in cardiovascular and cancer mortality from 1800 until 2025 via statistical, demographic and epidemiologic analyses using register and census data.

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Vacancy – PhD student (VUB/UCL) – Emerging diseases
Death and the herald. Etching attributed to J.-A. Chovin, 1720-1776, after the Basel dance of death.
(Wellcome collection)

Vacancy – PhD student (VUB/UCL) – Emerging diseases

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The EOS project "How inequality kills. Two centuries of social and spatial disparities in all-cause and cause-specific mortality in Belgium (1800-2025)" (INEQKILL) is looking for a doctoral researcher. As a part of this project, the doctoral researcher will conduct quantitative research on socioeconomic inequalities in emerging diseases (AIDS, COVID-19, neurodegenerative diseases, …) under the supervision of the project coordinators. The aim of the PhD is to map social inequalities in emerging diseases via statistical, demographic and epidemiologic analyses using register and census data.

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Vacancy – Postdoctoral Researcher (VUB)
'Vanitas' head: female head in wax representing life & death.
(Wellcome Collection)

Vacancy – Postdoctoral Researcher (VUB)

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The EOS project "How inequality kills. Two centuries of social and spatial disparities in all-cause and cause-specific mortality in Belgium (1800-2025)" (INEQKILL) is looking for a postdoctoral researcher. In close collaboration with the project leaders, the postdoc researcher will help with the coordination of the project, will assist the PhD students, write journal articles and present the results at workshops and conferences.

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Welcome!
The aristocrat and death.
(Wellcome Collection)

Welcome!

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Welcome to the INEQKILL website! Our research focusses on the long-term evolution of mortality inequalities (1800-2025). We will share the progress of our research and activities on this website. Are you curious about our project? Do you have a comment or a question? Let us know. You can contact us…

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