Non Clinical Senior Lecturer in Immunology
Starting Salary from: £53,450 per annum
Mucosal immunology and its relationship with lipidomic, nutritional and microbiological factors are potential topics for this Senior Lectureship. The post is for a fixed 5 year term in the first instance. The candidate will join a team currently studying human mucosal immunology. The Lectureship is based in the Antigen Presentation Research Group (APRG), Immunology Department, Northwick Park & St. Mark’s Campus, involves collaboration with members of St Mark’s Hospital and Academic Institute for Colorectal Diseases and will: -
- Enhance research activities of the APRG
- Complement existing strengths/develop new areas in Immunology, Microbiology or Lipid Metabolism/Nutrition
- Have realistic prospects of attracting long term funding
- Contribute to postgraduate Immunology training
- Contribute to administration and management of the Section
Candidates must hold a PhD or equivalent professional qualifications, relevant postdoctoral research or industry experience, and proven research ability. They will have a national and growing international reputation with a proven track record of grant awards and publications. They will have evidence or experience of teaching at postgraduate level and experience of supervising staff.
The successful candidate will play a key role in the development of the Group’s research strategies. This new post is required to develop an independent, high-quality research programme and to provide supervision and direction to research staff and students.
It is anticipated that appointment to this post will be highly competitive. Applicants should have achievements (CV) and research plan strong enough to enhance the current high standards of research and teaching in the Group.
The new lecturer start up package includes laboratory space, access to shared facilities in the Section and consumables allowance for 3 years. Lecturers will be encouraged to apply for career awards from leading medical funders such as MRC and Wellcome Trust where appropriate.
Short listed candidates will be invited to give a seminar in September 2012 and appointments are expected to be made to start in October 2012.
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Closing Date: 31 July 2012 (Midnight BST)
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