The University of Kent are seeking to appoint two members of academic staff at Lecturer level. It is expected that the appointees will conduct internationally-leading research activities and provide quality teaching to both undergraduate and postgraduate students within the School of Biosciences.
The University is also interested in attracting applicants with interests in ‘global challenges’ projects in partnership with Low and Middle Income Countries, to complement recently-awarded ‘GCRF’ grants totalling £11 million to this and a sister School in this University. Applications will be considered from those who are looking for their first academic post, as well as applications from individuals who already hold a permanent or fixed-term position in a UK or overseas academic or research institution. Applications are also encouraged from those that hold a major independent research fellowship funded either by a Research Council (e.g. MRC, BBSRC, EPSRC), a charity (e.g. Wellcome Trust, Leverhulme Trust, CRUK) or an international funding agency (e.g. HFSP, EMBO, Marie Curie).
As a Lecturer in Molecular Biosciences you will:
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