Lecturer in Cardiovascular Pathophysiology and Therapeutics (Non-Clinical)

Lecturer in Cardiovascular Pathophysiology and Therapeutics (Non-Clinical)

Imperial College London (ICL)

London, United Kingdom

Cardiovascular Pathophysiology and Therapeutics (non-clinical)

Cardiovascular Division

NHLI, Imperial College London

Job Title: Lecturer in Cardiovascular Pathophysiology and Therapeutics (Non-Clinical)

Department/Division/Faculty: National Heart and Lung Institute / Faculty of Medicine

Salary: £52,908 – £65,620 p.a.

Campus: Hammersmith Campus

Contract Type: Full-time, open ended

Advert text:

Are you a basic and translational scientist with expertise and interest in cardiovascular disease and therapeutics? Would you like to develop new therapeutics and an independent portfolio of externally funded research?

This is a fantastic opportunity to join a highly successful group, which benefits from many national and international scientific collaborations. British Heart Foundation Professor Costanza Emanueli has recently transferred her group from the University of Bristol to Imperial College and is recruiting a lecturer to complete a truly exceptional and ambitious team aiming towards maximum research output (high quality publications and major research grants), excellence in postgraduate teaching and a wider society impact (translational research, commercialization, charitable work).

Main duties and responsibilities:

The post-holder will join the research programme of Professor Emanueli and will build a portfolio of research projects and teaching activities within the NHLI and the College. Areas of interest are ischaemic disease and regenerative medicine. Innovative cell therapy-based approaches are also of interest.

Essential knowledge, skills and experience

  • Sound understanding of cardiovascular biology and disease and how to investigate causality in vivo and in vitro
  • Proven ability to identify and validate new therapeutic targets and to and investigate new therapeutic approaches
  • Ability to prepare for, conduct and supervise work on rodent models, histology, cells and molecular biology
  • Track record of high quality research articles as first/last author
  • Capacity to work as part of a team and network at local and external level
  • Evidence of building a portfolio of externally funded research grants
  • Good organisational and management skills

This is a full time, open-ended post. You will be working within the Cardiovascular Science Division within the National Heart and Lung Institute (NHLI). The NHLI is a world-leading research centre for investigating the causes and mechanisms underlying diseases of the cardiovascular and respiratory systems and provides an excellent environment for basic, clinical and translational research (NHLI website).

NHLI holds an Athena SWAN silver award and is committed to promoting equality for all within the workplace and creating a diverse, inclusive and supportive working environment (Equality and diversity at NHLI). 

Informal enquiries should be directed via Alex Dawes, NHLI Career Development Coordinator: a.dawes@imperial.ac.uk

For further details on this opportunity and the other two posts in the group visit our website at the following link: https://www.imperial.ac.uk/jobs/.

For technical issues when applying online, please contact: recruitment@imperial.ac.uk

Closing date: 22 April 2019

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