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New Opportunities at the School of Biosciences

20 March 2018

Podium of the Sir Martin Evans Building

The School of Biosciences has announced several new opportunities to work as part of its new forward-looking research strategy.

As part of a major investment in systems, predictive and interdisciplinary approaches to the biological and biomedical sciences, the Cardiff University School of Biosciences have released several opportunities, seeking to appoint outstanding candidate to four new posts.

The School of Biosciences are looking to recruit a Professor of Systems and Predictive Approaches to Biology, a Lecturer/ Senior Lecturer/ Reader in Systems and Predictive Approaches to Biology, a Lecturer/ Senior Lecturer/ Reader in Computational Biology or Eukaryotic Genomics / Epigenomics and a Lecturer/ Senior Lecturer in Synthetic Biology or Cellular Engineering.

Professor Jim Murray, Head of School, said: “This is an exciting opportunity to join us at the School of Biosciences, which is one of the largest biological and biomedical science departments in the UK with over 90 academic staff and a wide range of research across whole organism and ecosystem biology, molecular biosciences, biomedicine and neuroscience.

“We welcome applicants from any aspect of biological and biomedical sciences that integrates with existing research areas of the School.”

The School has invested in new research laboratories and in state-of-the-art equipment provided through Technology Research Hubs, and is now seeking to recruit ambitious and engaged staff aligned with its new forward-looking research strategy.

“This is an outstanding opportunity for suitably qualified individuals to help shape and deliver the future vision of the School of Biosciences,” added Jim.

Please visit our recruitment website to find out more about the opportunities and how to apply.

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