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- April 25, 2022, 7:09 am

We have a new job posting at our career center. Institute of Genetics and Cancer, The University of Edingburgh, is looking for a biostatistician / epidemiologist 🤩
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- April 5, 2022, 7:04 am

The early-bird registration for DCE's Summer School is now open! https://t.co/1ij4woWxPG
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- March 25, 2022, 1:00 pm

Department of Clinical Epidemiology's Summer School is back! Don't miss this highly educative week in beautiful Grenaa. https://t.co/m9Ux4wdcvl
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- March 15, 2022, 12:01 pm

Vacant Ph.D. position on postpartum depression at the Psychiatric Research Unit, University of Southern Denmark. See the job posting at DSFE's career center https://t.co/v246KzsQZw.
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- March 4, 2022, 12:31 pm

Vacant doctoral (PhD) student position at Karolinska Institute. Check out the advert at https://t.co/v246KzsQZw.
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Upcoming events:

Information and material from previous meetings can be found here.

DSFE annual meeting 2022 @ Copenhagen
Nov 1 all-day

Theme “Can routinely collected data be used to identify side effects of drugs? Post-authorization safety studies: why and how?”. We are planning the meeting to be held in Copenhagen, and we are looking so much forward to see good colleges and friends again in real life. The meeting will be on Tuesday November 1, 2022. Save the date – we are hoping to see as many of you as possible! More information will follow later.


The Danish Society for Pharmacoepidemiology’s purpose is to promote the development of pharmacoepidemiology in Denmark in order to contribute to the appropriate use of medicines.


The Danish Society for Pharmacoepidemiology will seek to contribute to undergraduate and postgraduate education and information of relevant professionals on pharmacoepidemiology.


The Danish Society for Pharmacoepidemiology will seek to expand Danish research internationally and participate in international cooperation to promote pharmacoepidemiology.

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