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School of Medicine
Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Pharmacology
Lecturer: £37,012-£45,486 per annum
Senior Lecturer: £46,846-£52,706 per annum
The School of Medicine wishes to appoint a Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Pharmacology.
Your responsibilities will be to deliver lectures, small group teaching, practicals and assessment in the Pharmacology component of the undergraduate teaching programme. You will contribute to and sustain this teaching approach and wish to inspire the next generation of medical graduates. We require a graduate who is either medically-qualified or who has a degree/PhD in Pharmacology.
We are seeking an individual with a track record in research exemplifi ed by international publications and who has the potential (for the lectureship post) or an already demonstrated (for the senior lectureship post) ability to attract external funding to support an independent research programme. It is anticipated that you will have a strong commitment to molecular aspects of pharmacology and cell signalling. Existing strengths in biomedical sciences at St Andrews include molecular medicine, medical photonics, psychology and community health sciences. There are excellent opportunities and support for the development of interdisciplinary research on the North Haugh campus and with the NHS locally. (See http://medicine.st-andrews.ac.uk/research.aspx)
In June 2010 the School moved to a new Medical Building with excellent ‘state of the art’ research facilities, including a photonics suite that supports our world leading photonics research. Excellent facilities are also available in the adjacent Biological and Medical Research Centre, a newly opened wing of the Biological Sciences Research Centre where there is are extensive research programmes in cellular and molecular medicine, structural biology and drug discovery.
Informal enquiries can be made to Professor Simon Guild, email: firstname.lastname@example.org tel: 01334 463533.
Please quote ref: CD1620
Closing Date: 25 July 2012
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