SSNAP Fellowship in Paediatric Neuroscience

University of Oxford - Women’s Centre

John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford

Supported by the SSNAP ‘Support for the Sick Newborn and their Parents’ Charity

Applications are invited for the prestigious University of Oxford SSNAP Fellowship in Paediatric Neuroscience. The fellowship will be awarded to an outstanding postdoctoral scientist who is looking to establish their own independent research career. The Fellowship will be offered in conjunction with collegiate affiliation provided by St Edmund Hall College.

The applicant will work alongside Professor Rebeccah Slater, who will support the candidate in establishing an independent academic career and will provide mentorship for the Fellow. As part of the application, you should outline a research proposal in an area of work that is aligned with the strategic focus of the Department of Paediatric PiPA research group and falls within the SSNAP charity remit. Candidates are strongly advised to contact Professor Slater before submitting their application.

To discuss the position or arrange an informal visit please contact Professor Rebeccah Slater using the email address below. Candidates are advised to read the job description, which include the selection criteria and details on how to apply. Applications should include: covering letter (indicating fellowship applications planned or pending); CV (including 2 referees); outline of the proposed research programme (maximum 4 pages).

Applications for this vacancy are to be made online. To apply for this role and for further details, including the job description and selection criteria, please click on the link below.

The closing date for applications is Monday 1st May at midday. Interviews are due to take place on Monday 8th May.

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