Lecturer in Medical Statistics
Population Health Research Institute, St George’s, University of London
|Salary:||£41,526 to £49,533 plus London Allowance of £3,147|
|Duration:||Fixed Term for 3.5 years|
|Opening Date:||Thursday 23 January 2020|
|Closing Date:||Friday 21 February 2020|
|Interview Date:||Friday 06 March 2020 (provisional)|
This new Lecturer in Medical Statistics post has been created by St George’s, University of London as part of a new strategic drive building on our research strengths and encouraging the development of emerging medical research scientists. The post will allow the holder to develop their own research programme within the Population Health Research Institute (PHRI) and to help develop Medical Statistics as a cross-cutting theme in the University. Current PHRI research areas include the study of trends in major chronic diseases, ethnic inequalities in health, congenital birth defects and their prevention, prognostic modelling of adiposity and cardiovascular disease, the prevention of respiratory and allergic disease, evaluation of service interventions for mental health disorders and population screening strategies for diabetic eye disease.
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 conceive an original and competitive research programme. 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 post comes with a generous start-up package.
In addition, the post holder will be expected to contribute to the teaching activity of the University, which includes a range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses. We are seeking a candidate who intends to become a future research leader, and who can also apply their expertise to galvanize students through inspiring teaching.
Job share options will be considered. Flexible working, including part-time or reduced hours of work, opportunities to work from home for many posts, compressed hours and local flexibility in agreeing start and finish times of work are among the extra benefits offered by St George’s, University of London.
Previous applicants need not apply.
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