NIHR Lecturer (Clinical) in Obstetrics and Gynaecology

University of Liverpool - Faculty of Health and Life Sciences

Institute of Translational Medicine

This post provides an exciting opportunity for an individual with relevant research experience, wishing to pursue a clinical academic career in Obstetrics, to join an expanding research programme in Obstetrics and  whilst continuing clinical training at Specialty Registrar level. You should have (or be about to obtain) a PhD in a relevant area with clinical Obstetrics and Gynaecology experience at Specialty Registrar level and able to demonstrate outstanding potential for development as a clinical academic. The University of Liverpool has an excellent international track record of medical research into pre-term birth research.

The NIHR Academic Clinical Lecturer will be based in the Department of Women’s and Children’s Health, located in the Institute of Translational Medicine, Harris-Wellbeing Preterm Birth Research Centre at Liverpool Women’s Hospital. With the Department of Women’s and Children’s Health there is a flourishing research environment, with an emphasis on the career development of young researchers.

Research interests range from the prevention, of preterm birth and better care for babies born prematurely, to research synthesis and clinical trials, obstetric care in low resource settings, developing better medicines for women and children, and optimising care pathways for women with endometriosis.

The post is available for 4 years or until CCT, whichever is sooner.

Applicants must have been awarded their PhD by the interview date and must be in a position to take up the post before the 31 March 2018.

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