Chair in Cardiac Imaging

University of Hull - Hull York Medical School

Founded in 2003, HYMS is a collaboration between the Universities of Hull and York and the NHS. It provides access to a wide range of imaging modalities, including a major PET-CT clinical scanning facility, which will combine high quality patient scanning and new radiopharmacy facilities with its own cyclotron providing a unique model for per-patient dose production. In 2017, the Molecular Imaging Centre at Castle Hill Hospital will be the first site worldwide to receive the new GE Healthcare GENtrace mini-cyclotron.

HYMS is seeking an individual to provide leadership in developing research in cardiovascular disease. The successful applicant will secure competitive grant income in order to develop a personal research programme of international calibre in an aspect of PET-CT / MRI that will complement the existing research activities of the academic cardiology team. This team works predominantly in the field of clinical heart failure, but has interests in electrophysiology, cardiac imaging and interventional cardiology, so a broad range of interests in the area of cardiovascular medicine can be accommodated. The post holder will also contribute to teaching and training and will fulfil an agreed clinical role within the Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust.

Initial contact should be made with Witt / Kieffer Ccentric, the executive search firm exclusively engaged to assist with these appointments. The relevant Witt / Kieffer Ccentric contact is as follows:

Mary Comer T: +44 7408 850 797, E:

How to Apply: Enquiries or applications can be made, in confidence, to Mary Comer on +44 7408 850797 or email quoting job reference 15575, please see link below.

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