Chair in Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging
Utrecht University - Faculty of Veterinary Medicine
|Placed on:||12th October 2016|
|Closes:||10th November 2016|
The Faculty of Veterinary Medicine seeks to appoint a Professor of Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging. The Faculty of Veterinary Medicine at Utrecht University is the only place in the Netherlands where veterinarians are trained. The Faculty is considered one of the leading veterinary medicine faculties in Europe and is ranked in the top five worldwide. The Veterinary Medicine study programme is fully accredited in Europe but also by the American Veterinary Medical Association for the United States and Canada.
The Division of Diagnostic Imaging is an integral part of the Department of Clinical Sciences of Companion Animals. The division performs diagnostics on patients from the University Clinics of Companion Animals and for the University Equine Clinic, on external patients from practitioners, and on animals for research purposes. With 10 faculty members, (including board-certified radiologists), and 15 technical staff, the division has state-of-the-art facilities including radiography, CT, ultrasonography (including UTC), MRI for large and small animals, and SPECT for small animals only. The Division participates in the Faculty research programmes in “Regenerative Medicine, Stem Cells and Cancer” and “Applied Veterinary Research” and operates in the wider context of the University-wide Utrecht Life Sciences program that provides outstanding research opportunities with the University Medical Centre Utrecht (UMCU) Centre for Image Sciences. Current research particularly focuses on neuroimaging, orthopaedics, oncology and more miscellaneous topics in the area of applied veterinary research.
The successful appointee will provide leadership to the Division of Diagnostic Imaging and will be responsible for the overall quality of work and the associated research and teaching programmes in all areas of diagnostic imaging. With an international reputation for excellence in research in the field of diagnostic imaging s/he will also be expected to contribute to the ongoing innovation of the curriculum and to have a clear vision on future education with emphasis on life-long learning. The appointee will also be responsible for the training of residents and for post academic training of companion or equine practitioners and veterinary specialists.
An executive search exercise is being undertaken by Perrett Laver to assist the recruitment committee. Perrett Laver may be contacted for informal enquiries and questions on Goran.Gregorovic@perrettlaver.com or +44 207 340 6202. Applications can be uploaded at www.perrettlaver.com/candidates quoting reference 2444. The closing date for applications is 9am CEST on Thursday 10th November 2016.
Utrecht University strives for diversity in the staff. Therefore we explicitly invite female and foreign candidates to apply.
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