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Neuroscience faculty job in Oxford

Dear List,

Oxford University is looking to appoint a Neuroscientist. I would of course be delighted if an auditory neuroscientist would get the part, but the job description is wide open.

Further details here:






in association with Christ Church, Oxford 

Applications are invited for two University Lecturerships in Biomedical Science from 1 October 2006 or as soon afterwards as possible. One of the successful candidates will be expected to have carried out advanced research in Neuroscience.  The second successful candidate will have research achievements in one of the following areas: cell physiology, molecular biology, developmental and reproductive biology, endocrinology or related subjects. Candidates for both posts must have particular competence to organize and carry out teaching in these areas to medical students during their pre-clinical studies.  

The newly formed Department of Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics was brought about by the merger in January 2006 of the former University Laboratory of Physiology and the Department of Human Anatomy and Genetics.  There are first-class research facilities within the Department which reflect a broad range of approaches, from molecular to systems. 

University salary according to age will be on the scale Â24,352 - Â39,346 per annum.  Each post is tenable after five years to retirement age, subject to review.  The successful candidates may be offered official studentships (tutorial fellowships) at Christ Church, in which case the combined University and College salary would be according to age on a scale up to Â47,078 per annum.  Additional college allowances are associated with the tutorial fellowships. 

Further particulars may be obtained at www.admin.ox.ac.uk/fp and from Professor Sir George Radda, Department of Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics, Sherrington Building, Parks Road, Oxford OX1 3PT; Tel: 01865 272471; e-mail:  george.radda@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, to whom applications (twelve copies, or one from overseas applicants), should be sent to arrive no later than Friday 16 June 2006.  Applicants should include a full curriculum vitae, a list of research publications (please star the five most important papers and include reprints if available) and a statement of teaching and research objectives, together with the names of three referees (not more than two from one department and at least one should be from outside Oxford).  Applications by e-mail will not be accepted. 

Lecturership interviews will be held the week commencing 17 July 2006. 

Application deadline 16 June 2006

Dr Jan Schnupp
University of Oxford
Dept. of Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics
Sherrington Building - Parks Road
Oxford OX1 3PT - UK