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Professor/Reader in Biomedical Engineering

University of Strathclyde - Department of Biomedical Engineering (BME)

Location: Glasgow
Salary: £60,905 to £64,605
Hours: Full Time
Contract Type: Permanent
Placed On: 20th January 2021
Closes: 28th February 2021
Job Ref: 343587
 

ENGINEERING – BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING

Strathclyde Global Talent Programme

Job Title: Professor/Reader in Biomedical Engineering (343587)

Location: Glasgow, UK

Salary: £60,905+

Hours: Full-time (flexible working considered)

Contract type: Open ended

Placed on: Wednesday 20 January 2021

Closes: Sunday 28 February 2021

Salary Range: Reader: £60,905 - £64,605         Professor: Competitive Professorial package commensurate with profile and experience.

Who we are

Be innovative and collaborative. Be a ‘Strathclyder’.

We are the University of Strathclyde. Our vision is innovative and ground breaking, placing us amongst the world’s leading international technological universities. We are vibrant, dynamic and passionate about solving the challenges facing society and industry through our cutting-edge, multi-disciplinary research, education and knowledge-exchange with global partners.

We are seeking to appoint extraordinary Professors/Readers who complement our strategic themes. 

For more information visit the Strathclyde Global Talent Programme Website: www.strath.ac.uk/workwithus/strathclydeglobaltalentprogramme or email globaltalent@strath.ac.uk

Our department

Biomedical Engineering (BME) is one of the oldest homes of biomedical education and research in the World – rated 2nd in the UK for Medical Technology in the Complete University Guide Subject Tables 2020 – with a leading track record of industrial impact and clinical translation that benefits society.  We are committed to producing high quality research output, training and knowledge transfer and much of our work is clinically driven and conducted in collaboration with clinical or industrial partners.  We aim to deliver an outstanding student experience and provide skills to create technical solutions for real-world clinical challenges. 

Our research spans the areas of medical devices and diagnostics; rehabilitation engineering; and cell, tissue and organ engineering.  We are keen to hear from leading researchers with experience in the following area: 

  • Tissue/organoid engineering

The opportunity

We would love to hear from you if you have an internationally recognised research portfolio in this area, are publishing in leading international journals, are actively pursuing funding whilst building impactful collaborative links with industrial and business partners and if you have a passion for progressing teaching and learning.  In keeping with our commitment to equality and diversity, we encourage applications from all sections of the community, particularly those who can support our Athena SWAN activity, which inspires the advancement and representation of women in higher education.  For more information on diversity and inclusion at Strathclyde, please see here.

You’ll be rewarded with:

  • A generous remuneration package, with notable additional financial and non-financial benefits including pension and (where appropriate) a contribution towards relocation costs;
  • Excellent start-up support; and
  • Regular career review, with the opportunity to receive additional remuneration in recognition of outstanding contribution.

For further details and to apply to be a ‘Strathclyder’ in Biomedical Engineering, impress us with your research plan here.

Closing date: Sunday 28 February 2021

In your application, please indicate at which level you wish your application to be considered: Professor, Reader or both.

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