|Salary:||£46,974 to £54,395 per annum, with potential progression once in post to £61,198 (Grade 8)|
|Placed On:||20th September 2023|
|Closes:||1st November 2023|
Location: University of Birmingham, Edgbaston, Birmingham UK
Full time starting salary is normally in the range £46,974 to £54,395 with potential progression once in post to £61,198
Academic Development Programme - new Assistant Professors will undertake a 5-year development programme, at the end of which they are expected to be promoted to Associate Professor. The programme consists of a variety of development opportunities and the time to reflect and develop.
Recruiting talented faculty members affiliated with the Centre for Environmental Research and Justice (CERJ) at the University of Birmingham
We are recruiting an Assistant Professor to join our diverse team of 14 investigators, plus four earlier new recruits to a new interdisciplinary Centre for Environmental Research and Justice (CERJ). CERJ offers a truly exciting opportunity for collaboration and teamwork to grow successful careers at a premier Russell Group University. These appointments arise at a critical time for the University of Birmingham to help transform toxicology and regulatory science into actions that defend people’s rights to a healthful environment. Each recruit will grow their independent research programmes while directly contributing to the seven-year, €400 million project: European Partnership for the Assessment of Risks from Chemicals (PARC).
Assistant Professor of Environmental Impact on Health
You are in your early career and want to become a recognized leader in the research area of gene-environment interactions applied to toxicology and human health. You want to carry out research in genetics, genomics and/or functional genomics, preferably using non-sentient animal models (e.g., zebrafish embryos). You may be keen to innovate in the use of technologies that produce high-content molecular or physiological phenotypes for the outcomes of chemical exposures. Alternatively, you research the molecular mechanisms activated by chemical exposures, for example, leading to cancers. You have abilities in biomedical knowledge formalisation, representation and reasoning, and you can create and disseminate knowledge through initiating and
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