伦敦帝国学院(Imperial College London)，又称帝国理工学院，或简称帝国理工，成立于1907年，位于英国伦敦，是英国罗素大学集团成员、金砖五校之一、欧洲IDEA联盟成员，是一所享誉全球的顶尖高等学府。帝国理工与剑桥大学、牛津大学、伦敦政治经济学院、伦敦大学学院并称为“G5超级精英大学”，其研究水平被公认为英国大学的三甲之列，并以工程、医科专业、商学而著名。
Imperial College London
School of Public Health
Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics
Senior Lecturer, Reader or Chair in Epidemiology (Clinical or non-clinical)
Minimum salary for Senior Lecturer and Reader: £58,870 p.a.
Minimum salary for Chair: £74,650 p.a.
Clinical Consultants (Senior Lecturer, Reader or Chair) – salary depending on seniority: £76,761 – £103,490 p.a. plus London Allowance £2,162
Do you have substantial expertise in the generation and analysis of complex, multi-omics and environmental data, and a strong statistical/computational background? Are you a world leader, or do you intend to be a world leader, in molecular epidemiology and to develop novel approaches to analyse multi-dimensional datasets in order to understand etiological pathways in relation to cardiometabolic and other non-communicable disease traits? If so, this exciting and challenging opportunity could be the ideal next step in your career.
We are interested to hear from outstanding clinical academics/academics for the post of Senior Lecturer, Reader or Chair in Epidemiology (clinical or non-clinical) within the Department of Epidemiology & Biostatistics in the School of Public Health at Imperial College London. This is an excellent opportunity for you to join a vibrant and successful research department with a strong tradition of epidemiological and biostatistical research, and world-leading epidemiological resources with intense phenotyping on cardiometabolic traits and rich data on genetic, metabolomic and other omics data outstanding cohort and computing resources.
As an exceptional clinical academic/academic with expertise in epidemiology, you will have the vision and drive to build on current strengths in maintaining and developing a leading research presence, a national and developing an international (for Chair candidates, a strong and established international) reputation and a well-attested record of excellent research in the field. You will have a proven track record of grant awards and publications in non-communicable disease epidemiology with a focus on:
metabolic and molecular risk factors.
You will be based at the St Mary’s campus, Paddington, as part of the MRC-PHE Centre on Environment and Health hosted by the School. You will be expected to develop/lead an internationally excellent research programme in epidemiology.
To excel in this role, you must have a higher degree in a relevant research area (MD, MS, PhD or equivalent); experience of training undergraduate and postgraduate students; experience of supervision of higher degrees (PhD, MD(Res)) and junior academic and research staff. Evidence of management and administration experience would be desirable.
Clinical applicants should have appropriate specialist qualifications such as MFPH, MRCGP, MRCP or European equivalent.
It is a full-time and open ended post. Imperial College is supportive of flexible working. The College is happy to discuss the possibility of implementing such arrangements for this post, with suitably qualified people, subject to operational requirements.
Informal inquiries about the post can be directed to Professor Paul Elliott (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Closing date: 23 April 2018 (midnight GMT)
For applying, please visit our website: http://www.imperial.ac.uk/jobs/ and search for the vacancy reference you are interested in:
Senior Lecturer, Reference: MED00308
Clinical Senior Lecturer, Reference: MED00306
Reader/Chair, Reference: MED00307
Clinical Reader/Clinical Chair, Reference: MED00304
For further assistance in the recruitment process, please contact: Maria Monteiro, on email: email@example.com Telephone: +44 (0) 207 5945498
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