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The University of Manchester (Biostatistics Group) is looking to appoint a new Professor of Biostatistics, with a special interest in cancer studies.  

The post holder will work principally in the area of biostatistics as applied to gynaecological oncology.  In Manchester this is a well developed research discipline thereby offering much opportunity for biostatistics method development. The post holder will work to improve clinical outcome in Manchester and elsewhere and liaise with biostatisticians in the Faculty to develop research, where appropriate, in other disease areas.

Further details are available from:
https://www.jobtrain.co.uk/universityofmanchester/world-leadingminds/DisplayJob.aspx?pageno=1&htmlpage=JobDisplay&Jobid=16780&txtKeywords=&chkCategory=&lstRegion=&chkSalary=&chksubject=&optMatch=&clientid=73&AttachedSAF=0  

The closing date for applications is next Monday 19th March 2012.

Informal enquiries can be made to the Vice-President and Dean of the Faculty of Medical and Human Sciences (Professor Ian Jacobs: [log in to unmask]) and/or the head of the Biostatistics Group (Professor Graham Dunn: [log in to unmask]). 

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