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Research Lecturer vacancies, SGUL, UK, 2019
4 vacancies: Research Lecturer (2 posts), Lecturer in Medical Statistics (1 post), Lecturer in Infection & Immunity (1 post)
Deadline: 3 Dec 2019
Institute: SGUL, UK
Salary: £41,526 to £49,553 Plus London Allowance of £3,147
St. George’s, University of London has created 4 non-clinical lecturer posts as part of a new strategic drive to build on our research strengths and encourage the development of emerging scientists. Two new Lecturer posts are for highly motivated individuals whose research interests are compatible with any of the major research themes of the University. One post is for a Lecturer in Medical Statistics as part of the development of Medical Statistics as a cross-cutting theme in the University. One Lecturer post will be in Immunity & Infection to work on the innate immune response within Professor Friedland’s tuberculosis research group.
Successful applicants will be able to demonstrate their outstanding potential by evidence of a key role in high quality research and an ability to plan and conceivean original and competitive research program. They will be expected to develop their research through a combination of research grant awards which may include personal research fellowships, publication of peer-reviewed papers, postgraduate research student supervision and intellectual property development. The posts come with a generous start-up package.
In addition, post holders will be expected to contribute to the teaching activity of the University, which includes a range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses. We are seeking candidates who intend to become future research leaders, and who can also apply their expertise to galvanize students through inspiring teaching.