Postdoc at Oxford on Mothers: Early Intervention Ethics

The position is part of a broader project on early intervention in child moral development, in which there are 5 studies. One of the studies, on which this postdoc will primarily be working, will focus on prenatal intervention; the research will include work with mums who are part of the Family-Nurse Partnership programme in the UK and Ireland, and with scientific teams looking at the genetics and epigenetics of aggression and anti-social behaviour.

The person should be in post in Oxford by January 2016. I’m hoping to find someone who is conceptually and methodologically strong and innovative, with a background in anthropology, bioethics, sociology, health geography, or the like. Willingness to think out-of-the-box and an interdisciplinary orientation are important.

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