Lecturer / Senior Lecturer (Physiology)
Vacancy Number: 7912BR
Applicants should have a strong and innovative research portfolio involving the study of normal and/or disease processes in mammalian systems (particularly human). Whilst our principal criterion is scientific excellence, we are particularly keen to recruit into physiology (including in vivo physiology), using mammalian model systems with a focus on human disease. Exceptional candidates with expertise using humans or mammalian systems to study other areas will also be considered. Individuals will also be expected to engage in teaching in the areas of physiology and biomedical sciences.
Applicants able to demonstrate collaborative potential across the School’s Research Divisions are particularly welcome.
The appointee will contribute to:
- School research output through carrying out a vigorous programme of externally funded research, leading to the publishing of work in high-quality journals
- the research environment of the Division and School through an open and interactive approach, underpinned by networking and collaboration
- the teaching programmes of the School by delivering high-quality research-led teaching at both undergraduate and postgraduate level in biomedical sciences and/or physiology, and supervising students at undergraduate and postgraduate levels
- academic administrative duties.
This is an open ended post on the Teaching and Research career pathway in the School of Biosciences at Lecturer (Grade 7) or Senior Lecturer (Grade 8), depending on level of experience and track record.
£42,036 – £48,677 per annum (Grade 7 – Lecturer) or
£50,132 – £58,089 per annum (Grade 8 – Senior Lecturer).
Closing date: Monday, 19 November 2018
Please be aware that Cardiff University reserves the right to close this vacancy early should sufficient applications be received.
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