Senior Lecturer in Zebrafish Disease Modelling
The School of Sciences has a long and distinguished international track record of achievement and is committed to the highest standards of teaching, learning and student development within a vibrant research-informed environment. The healthcare related research areas of the School form part of the Research Institute in Healthcare Sciences (RIHS). Taught disciplines in healthcare sciences are offered as core underpinning themes within the School. Our state-of-the-art facilities support the fundamental biology of multiple disease conditions, including cancer, cardiovascular disease, metabolic disorders and polycystic kidney disease. Assessment of the efficacies of therapeutic compounds through the drug delivery programme of University of Wolverhampton forms the central foci of our undergraduate and postgraduate science programmes offered at the University.
Following the recent sustained growth and investment of £35M in our laboratory provision in the state-of-the-art Rosalind Franklin building, our portfolio of taught programmes and the growth in research and development opportunities, the RIHS now seeks to establish a new zebrafish research facility based within the School of Sciences, Faculty of Science and Engineering. Consequently, we are now seeking to appoint an outstanding academic to the permanent position as Senior Lecturer in Zebrafish Disease Modelling, with a suitable record of research, experience of setting up and maintaining a zebrafish facility, and experience in molecular manipulation of zebrafish models, to strengthen our core team of academics. You should have a doctoral degree in a relevant discipline as your core academic identity and background, with a track record and an upward trajectory of internationally competitive research, including experience and a track record in zebrafish disease modelling.
On appointment, you will be expected to build and maintain an active and impactful personal research programme in zebrafish modeling, to publish in leading international journals and conferences, and to seek opportunities for research funding, collaboration and innovation, both nationally and internationally. You will be required to undertake teaching duties, including both lecturing and project supervision, across a range of programmes offered within the School, as well as contributing directly to a number of the specific modules for undergraduate and taught Masters students related to the above disciplines. Additional administrative / research duties will be discussed at the time of appointment.
Informal enquiries about the position may be made to: Professor Tracy Warr, Telephone: +44(0)1902 323411, or E-mail: T.Warr@wlv.ac.uk or Dr Mark Morris, Telephone: +44(0)1902 323574 or E-mail: M.R.Morris2@wlv.ac.uk
The University of Wolverhampton values a diverse workforce and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.