Reader / Associate Professor

University College London - UCL Division of Biosciences - Research Department of Cell and Developmental Biology London

UCL’s Research Department of Cell and Developmental Biology (CDB) is one of the University’s most prestigious research departments and an internationally renowned centre for biomedical and molecular research. Originally known as the Department of Anatomy, CDB boasts an illustrious list of alumni; pioneers including Grafton Elliot Smith, JZ Young and Lewis Wolpert. This success was continued by the award of the Nobel Prize to Professor John O’Keefe in 2014. Today’s staff and students enjoy a wonderful inheritance while maintaining the Department’s reputation and standing with world class research, international collaborations and outstanding teaching and learning.

A Reader/Associate Professor post is currently available in human topographical anatomy. Appointment to this post is expected to be at Senior Lecturer/Reader/Associate Professor (Grade 9) level.

The post holder will be expected to contribute, as part of a team, to the provision and future development of human topographical anatomy teaching (whole body) to medical and science students across a range of programmes. They will also be expected to establish and develop an independent and collaborative research programme that is appropriate to departmental interests.

The successful candidates will hold a PhD or MD in a relevant medical, biomedical or biological subject area and demonstrate substantial experience of teaching human topographical anatomy effectively to medical and/or science students. The successful candidate should demonstrate an international research profile with substantial seminal contributions to knowledge or other outcomes appropriate to the discipline, and evidence of academic leadership and a proven ability to lead, develop and motivate colleagues.

UCL vacancy reference: 1713195

Applicants should apply online. To access further details about the position and how to apply please click on the ‘Apply’ button below.

For informal queries about the posts, please contact Professor Susan Evans, .

If you have any queries regarding the application process, please contact the Biosciences Staffing Team, quoting reference 1713195

Interview Date: TBC

We particularly welcome female applicants and those from an ethnic minority, as they are under-represented within UCL at this level.

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