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JOB: Imperial College London Lecturer / Senior Lecturer / Reader

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David Hastie <[log in to unmask]>

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David Hastie <[log in to unmask]>

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Imperial College London
School of Public Health, Faculty of Medicine

Applications Invited for Academic Positions in Imperial's new School of 
Public Health

Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics
Lecturer/ Senior Lecturer/ Reader in Statistical Genetics/Statistical 
Bioinformatics

Salary Range:
Lecturer: 42,500 to 47,450 per annum
Senior Lecturer/Reader: 52,400 minimum per annum (level of appointment 
dependent on experience)


The School of Public Health was recently launched with the aim of 
addressing the major public health challenges of the 21st century. It 
undertakes world-class research at local, national and international 
levels, with translation into improvements in disease prevention. The 
School's research scored in the top two epidemiology and public health 
submissions to the UK's 2009 Research Assessment Exercise and has a 
significant research portfolio with total grants and contracts in excess 
of 25 million per year.

Applications are now sought for academic positions in the School of 
Public Health. This post in the Department of Epidemiology and 
Biostatistics is based at the College's St. Mary's campus. The 
Biostatistics group has world leading expertise in Bayesian methodology 
and its applications in epidemiology and genomics. The successful 
candidate will be appointed at Lecturer, Senior Lecturer or Reader level 
and will have a proven, world-class research track record. The candidate 
will have a PhD in Statistics or equivalent and a strong record of 
publications and collaborative work commensurate with the level of 
appointment. Experience of training undergraduate and postgraduate 
students as well as experience of supervision of higher degrees (PhD, 
MD(Res) are expected as commensurate with the level of appointment.

For further details on the School of Public Health see our web site: 
www.imperial.ac.uk/publichealth

For informal discussions please contact Professor Sylvia 
Richardson, (Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics), 
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The post is full time permanent contract based at Imperial College 
within the School of Public Health.

Further details on the position can be found at the college website and 
our preferred method of application is online via our website 
http://www3.imperial.ac.uk/employment. Please complete and upload an 
application form as directed quoting the relevant Job Reference: SM028-11c

Alternatively, if you are unable to apply online or have any queries 
about the application process, please contact Maria Monteiro, Senior 
Appointments Coordinator, via e-mail: [log in to unmask] for 
Readership appointments; or Eszter Vag, via email: [log in to unmask] 
for Lectureship and Senior Lectureship appointments.

Closing Date: 31 August 2011

Interview date: 12 September 2011

Committed to equality and valuing diversity.  We are also an Athena 
Silver SWAN Award winner, a Stonewall Diversity Champion and a Stonewall 
Top 100 Employer 2011.


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