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The Department of Pharmacology is seeking to appoint up to two Career Development Fellows by early 2020. Aimed at outstanding experienced and early career researchers, these posts will provide space, access to facilities and support to enable the postholders to establish their own independent research programme.

The Department will support you with dedicated research space and access to Departmental facilities and equipment where required. You will be aligned to an existing research group within Pharmacology and will be assigned a mentor to help you to develop your career. In return, you will be expected to work towards a obtaining a grant to fund your own independent research programme.

The Fellowships are offered for up to five years, on a fixed-term contract basis, with a review after the first two years.

See https://my.corehr.com/pls/uoxrecruit/erq_jobspec_details_form.jobspec?p_id=143910 for full details.

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