University of Strathclyde

Lecturer or Senior Lecturer in Pulmonary Vascular Disease Physiology/Pharmacology

University of Strathclyde

Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom

Reference No 209013
Reports to Head of Institute/ Director of Pulmonary Vascular Studies
Grade:7/8/9 Salary Range: Lecturer – £36,261 – £50,132
Senior Lecturer – £51,630 – £58,089
Contract Type: Open Contract
FTE: 1 (35 hours/week)

The Strathclyde Institute of Pharmacy & Biomedical Sciences (SIPBS) seeks to appoint suitably qualified person to a position in pulmonary pharmacology and pulmonary vascular disease who will add to our current portfolio in research, teaching and knowledge exchange. The person will work closely with Prof Mandy MacLean whilst establishing a high quality independent externally funded programme in your field interest.

SIPBS is an internationally recognised Institute for Pharmacy and Pharmacology. The successful candidate will join an energetic collegiate and innovative staff committed to bold and innovative research and education. Our research operates under the headline New Medicines, Better Medicines, Better Use of Medicines and our research strength was highlighted by the 2014 UK Research Assessment Exercise in which we were placed fourth of 94 on research power (Unit of Assessment 3).

To be considered for these positions you will have a doctoral degree and independent postdoctoral experience. With guidance from senior colleagues, the role will involve engaging with academic and external partners in academia and industry to support and deliver research, training and knowledge exchange programmes. Candidates must also have personal attributes which align itself with the University’s values.

Informal enquiries can be made to Prof Mandy MacLean: mandy.maclean@strath.ac.uk

To apply on-line, please visit http://www.strath.ac.uk/workwithus/vacancies/, Vacancy: 209013

Closing Date 26 May 2019

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