Group Leader Recruitment
- Early Career Group Leaders In Physical Sciences Applied To Biomedicine (opening 21 November 2019)
- Clinician Scientist Group Leaders
Early Career Group Leaders In Physical Sciences Applied To Biomedicine
The Crick is one of Europe’s largest biomedical research institutes. Central to the Crick’s mission is the development of multi-disciplinary approaches encompassing biological, physical and clinical sciences, to accelerate the discovery of fundamental biology processes behind human health and disease.
We are looking to recruit engineers, computer scientists, mathematicians, chemists or physicists who are applying their research to biomedicine and who wish to set up an independent research programme at the Crick, linked to a cognate department at our partner universities: Imperial College London, King’s College London and University College London.
Successful candidates will be appointed to the university department, but establish their main research base at the Crick for six years. The Crick will provide:
- core-funded research support positions
- laboratory space and consumables
- access to state-of-the-art technology facilities
At the end of the six years appointees will transfer their main research base to the university department with the opportunity of an ongoing Crick affiliation.
For more information on the role profile and partner universities, please visit: https://crick.ac.uk/physical-sciences-group-leaders
Applications from candidates with a PhD and postdoctoral experience should be submitted online at: https://academicrecruitment.crick.ac.uk
(Applicants will have to register for an account before submitting an application: complete CV; outline research achievements; publications; current and proposed work; referee details; preferred partner university and department).
Informal enquiries about the institute or the application procedure can be made through: firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date: 9 Jan 2020 midnight (GMT).
Clinician Scientist Group Leaders
The Crick is one of Europe’s largest biomedical research institutes. By breaking down barriers between departments and disciplines, they’re accelerating the discovery of fundamental biology processes behind human health and disease. Central to their mission is developing collaborative and multidisciplinary approaches encompassing clinical, biological and physical sciences.
They are now looking to recruit clinician scientists who:
- have completed general and/or specialist training in accordance with GMC requirements (or have equivalent national medical registration outside the UK).
- wish to set up an independent research programme based at the Crick and linked to a clinical department at one of its partner universities (Imperial College London, King’s College London or UCL).
Successful candidates will recieve funding for six years to establish their research base at the Crick. Up to 20% of time can be spent on clinical work.
- A competitive salary for the six-year period
- Salaries and consumables for up to five lab members, including graduate students
- Opportunity to expand through external grant funding
- Ready access to Crick technology platforms and facilities
- Full lab setup in state-of-the-art laboratory space
Apply by midnight (GMT) 28 November 2019
If you’re a more experienced clinically qualified researcher in biomedical science, please get in touch to discuss potential opportunities.