We are seeking a Research Associate to join a team of seven investigators and two other RAs in a cross departmental study involving transport studies and the built environment, epidemiology and public health, for a three year study into street mobility and accessibility: developing tools for overcoming older people’s barriers to walking research project to develop tools to measure and model community severance and its impacts. This researcher will be required to develop robust and replicable measures of community severance (CS), drawing on both quantitative and qualitative data, and to obtain monetary values for investments designed to reduce CS. The empirical research will focus on two London and two non-London case studies, working under the direction of the investigators and with the other RAs to collect spatial and transport data. This appointment is available from January 2, 2014 and is funded for three years in the first instance.
Deadline: August 26, 2013