Research Lecturer in Vascular Biology

Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland - RCSI - RCSI StAR: The Future of International Healthcare Research

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RCSI has been at the forefront of educating healthcare professionals since 1784. As a health-focused institution, we educate undergraduate Medicine, Pharmacy and Physiotherapy students and postgraduate research students across the spectrum of translational health research topics. We are an independent degree-awarding, not-for-profit organisation, charting our own course in our quest to improve research, healthcare training and to yield improvements in patient outcomes. Based in Dublin, with four overseas campuses, RCSI Research is dedicated to the improvement of human health through translational research.

Academic Posts of Research Lecturer In Vascular Biology

As part of RCSI’s strategy and our StAR (Strategic Academic Recruitment) Programme we are recruiting a new post of Research Lecturer in Vascular Biology with Professor James O’Donnell and the Irish Centre for Vascular Biology. This significant investment in the StAR Programme supports the College’s research strategy which aims to transfer research discoveries more quickly in to clinical practice for the benefit of patients. Candidates will have demonstrated scientific excellence with clear potential to become research leaders evident by high impact publications, fellowships and awards received.

The salary for this position is €63,125 until the posts are tenured as permanent academic lectureships (3-5 years). In addition, RCSI will make an investment of up to €150,000 in your research, including a 4 year PhD studentship and career development investment. Interested candidates should visit to view the job description and application process. For informal enquiries please contact Judy Walsh in Human Resources on +353 1 402 2440 or email

Please apply online through the RCSI Careers page with your CV and Covering Letter no later than 5pm on the closing date.

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