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Interested in how to build a successful digital health business? Join us as a PhD researcher!

We are investing in better understanding how to successfully build a digital health business venture. If this is a topic of interest to you, we’d like to draw your attention to two open PhD positions in the area of digital health business models at our centre. Can we expect an application from you?

Job openings:

Research Assistant and PhD Student at the Bosch IoT Lab:
Are you eager to investigate how platforms will shape the future of health? Are you keen on developing business models and strategies in the realm of healthcare platforms and smart connected MedTech products? Are you excited about bringing your ideas to life? We are looking for you!

If you are fascinated by the described opportunity and would like to be part of our highly motivated, young research team, please send your application to the scientific director of the Bosch IoT Lab, Prof. Dr. Felix Wortmann via felix.wortmann@unisg.ch.

Job advert: Bosch IoT Lab PhD Position

Research Assistant in Emerging Business Models in Digital Healthcare at the CSS Health Lab:
The CSS Health Lab is an integral part of the Centre for Digital Health Interventions. You will work on specific projects in cooperation with our healthcare partner CSS with the goal of obtaining a PhD. You will plan, conduct, and evaluate cutting-edge research at the intersection of the social, medical, and engineering sciences. This includes subfields such as entrepreneurship, general management, behavioural science, and information systems.

If you would like to be part of a highly motivated, young team, we would be pleased to receive your electronic application. Please send this to the lab’s scientific director and Assistant Professor for Digital Health at HSG, Dr. Tobias Kowatsch at tobias.kowatsch@unisg.ch, with the subject line: CSS Health Lab Application, Research Assistant, Emerging Business Models in Digital Healthcare.

Job advert: https://www.c4dhi.org/news/phd-position-emerging-business-models-in-digital-healthcare/ 

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