[Face-research-list] FW: Lectureship / SL Newcastle University

Debbie Riby Deborah.Riby at newcastle.ac.uk
Wed Sep 7 06:33:13 BST 2011

Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Neuroscience, Newcastle University (Institute of Neuroscience)

Ref A981A (IoN)

Faculty/Services: Medical Sciences
Department: Institute of Neuroscience
Job Type: Academic (non-clinical)
Hours of Work: Full time

Salary: £31,798 - £35,788 (Lecturer Grade F)
           £36,862 - £44,016 (Lecturer Grade G)
           £45,336 - £52,556 (Senior Lecturer Grade H)

Closing Date: 30 September 2011

The Institute of Neuroscience invites applications from highly motivated individuals with outstanding track records and promise in research, particularly in the neuroscience of developmental disorders, or in comparative cognition and behaviour.  You will be expected to establish an independent research programme aligned with the strategic aims of the Institute and will be expected to teach modules in developmental psychology on the Psychology undergraduate degree programme, and to contribute in other ways to undergraduate and postgraduate teaching in the Faculty of Medical Sciences, for example, in supervising BSc and MRes research projects.  The teaching load of the appointed candidate will nonetheless be maintained at a level commensurate with expectations for a research-intensive academic post.

You should have a PhD in neuroscience or other discipline appropriate to the desired research background and expertise as well as postdoctoral research experience.

For informal enquiries, please contact Professor Anya Hurlbert 0191 222 7638; anya.hurlbert at ncl.ac.uk<mailto:anya.hurlbert at ncl.ac.uk> or Professor Colin Ingram 0191 222 8210; c.d.ingram at ncl.ac.uk<mailto:c.d.ingram at ncl.ac.uk>

Anya Hurlbert MD PhD
Professor of Visual Neuroscience
Director, Institute of Neuroscience
Newcastle University
+44-191-222-5728 PA: Karen.Curry at ncl.ac.uk<mailto:Karen.Curry at ncl.ac.uk>

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