Nuffield Professorship of Clinical Medicine
Health and Medical,Medicine and Dentistry
Short info about job
Company: University of Oxford
Department: Nuffield Department of Medicine
Salary: Not specified
Hours: Full Time
Contract type: Permanent
Type / Role: Academic or Research
Phone: +44-1482 8288604
Fax: +44-1535 7210571
Detail information about job Nuffield Professorship of Clinical Medicine. Terms and conditions vacancy
In association with Magdalen College, Oxford
The successful candidate will be an outstanding international senior investigator with a proven record of success in a field of medicine relevant to the Nuffield Department of Medicine’s activity, and proven experience in a senior academic leadership position. Applicants with a translational research programme with real prospects of impacting on patient care are particularly encouraged.
This is a clinical post and the successful candidate must be medically qualified and will hold an honorary consultant contract with Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. The postholder will be a Fellow of Magdalen College.
The successful candidate will be on, or eligible for, the GMC Specialist Register; will have a proven track record as a first-class internationally-recognised researcher with evidence of well-cited original publications in high-impact journals and will have secured substantial independent research funding. They will have the potential to develop productive interactions with other scientists within a clinical and basic science context that illustrate a commitment to improving human health, and will have demonstrable experience and interest in teaching, as well as interests that are synergistic with the existing strengths of the department and the College.
For more details about the post and to apply, please contact Natalie Derry at Witt Kieffer Ccentric using the contact details below.
The closing date for applications is 12.00 noon on 6 October 2017.
Applications are particularly welcome from women and black and minority ethnic candidates, who are under-represented in academic posts in Oxford.