Permanent Faculty Position at Oxford University, UK

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posted: January 8 2010
deadline: January 29, 2010

University Lecturership in Biochemistry, Structural Cell Biology - in association with an Official Fellowship at Somerville College, University of Oxford

Salary £42,351 pa - £56,917 per annum

Applications are invited for a University Lecturership in Biochemistry, Structural Cell Biology - in the Department of Biochemistry, Oxford University, a permanent academic post upon the successful completion of a probationary period. A Tutorial Fellowship at Somerville College is attached to this position.

The successful applicant will join a team of biophysicists and structural biologists at the heart of a vibrant community of biomedical scientists within the attractive new Biochemistry Building in Oxford. The principal duty will be to establish and lead a world-class research programme in the area of structural cellular biology, exploiting multiple techniques, ideally including NMR spectroscopy. The successful applicant will have, or show promise of, developing an international reputation for scholarship and research, and will contribute to and benefit from a full role in the academic life of the Biochemistry Department and Somerville College.

How to apply

Further particulars for the post are available on the university website at

For an informal discussion, please contact Professor Kim Nasmyth, Professor of Biochemistry and Head of Department on: (01865) 613212.

Applications (seven copies except from candidates overseas who need send only one), should be sent to:

The Head of Department
Department of Biochemistry
South Parks Road
Oxford OX1 3QU, UK
quoting reference: AL09062.
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