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Senior Lecturer/Reader in Basic Sciences

Royal Veterinary College
London
Closing date: Mon 21 May 2018

Comparative Biomedical Sciences
Location: Camden, North London
Salary: £55,330 to £63,609
Per annum, inclusive of London Weighting
Closing Date: Monday 21 May 2018
Interview Date: Thursday 14 June 2018
Reference: CBS-0267-17A

We have exciting openings for a Senior Lecturer and a Senior Lecturer/Reader in Basic Sciences to join the Department of Comparative Biomedical Sciences at our Camden campus.

The posts are suitable for research-focused academics with a basic science, biomedical, veterinary or medical background. The successful applicants will have proven track-records of REF-returnable publications and funded research teams working in an area that aligns with the College’s existing research strengths in Comparative Physiology and Medicine (see link at https://www.rvc.ac.uk/research/programmes)

Applicants should also be enthusiastic teachers and will contribute to the delivery and development of our undergraduate and postgraduate programmes.

Prospective applicants wishing to discuss the position(s) informally should contact the Head of Department, Professor Caroline Wheeler-Jones, by email in the first instance: cwheeler@rvc.ac.uk.

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