[Comp-neuro] Faculty positions at Imperial College London

Schultz, Simon R s.schultz at imperial.ac.uk
Thu Oct 24 14:03:09 CEST 2019


Dear all,

Please see below for this year's job round in the Department of Bioengineering at Imperial College London.  While the positions are open with respect to area, I'd particularly like to encourage applications in the (broadly defined) area of neurotechnology.

Location:       London
Salary: Internationally competitive
Hours:  Full Time
Contract Type:  Permanent
Placed On:      24th October 2019
Closes: 17th November 2019
Job Ref:        ENG01048


Are you seeking an academic appointment in bioengineering in a department which is leading the bioengineering agenda both nationally and internationally? If so, then this exciting, challenging and rewarding opportunity may be the next career step for you.

Due to rapid growth and the strategic importance of the discipline of bioengineering at Imperial, the major new translational White City Campus, the flagship Michael Uren Biomedical Engineering Research Hub and national Dementia Research Institute Care Research & Technology Centre, the Department of Bioengineering wishes to appoint multiple outstanding academics at Lecturer or Senior Lecturer level. We invite applications from candidates across all areas of bioengineering, highlighting those that are synergistic with the research centres in our new translational campus:

  *   Dementia Research Institute Care Research & Technology Centre,
  *   Musculoskeletal Medical Engineering Centre,
  *   Neuromuscular Rehabilitation Technology,
  *   Cardiovascular Engineering, and
  *   Wound Healing and Regeneration.

Imperial College London is one of the world’s leading engineering focused universities and its mission is to achieve enduring excellence in both research and education, and we are committed to making life changing advancements for the benefit of society. The Department of Bioengineering is committed to this mission through advancing the frontiers of our knowledge, translating that knowledge for societal benefit, and educating leaders in the discipline’s three main areas:

  *   BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING (developing devices, techniques and interventions for human health)

  *   BIOLOGICAL ENGINEERING (solving problems related to the life sciences and their applications for health)

  *   BIOMIMETICS (using the structures and functions of living organisms as models for the design and engineering of materials and machines).

In the most recent national research assessment, 95% of the Department's returned research was judged either world leading or internationally excellent and in the National Student Survey (2017) we achieved 97% overall student satisfaction. We are committed to building on this success through the recruitment of talented academic staff.

We welcome applications from underrepresented groups such as female applicants.

The posts will be based either at the South Kensington Campus or at the White City Campus, dependent on research area and facility requirements, on a full time, open ended basis.

The departmental research activities may be found at:

www.imperial.ac.uk/bioengineering<http://www.imperial.ac.uk/bioengineering>

Closing Date: 17 November 2019

For an informal discussion please contact the Head of Department, Professor Anthony Bull - email: a.bull at imperial.ac.uk<mailto:a.bull at imperial.ac.uk> or telephone: 020 7594 5186.

For further assistance, please contact Angela Glyes – email: a.glyes at imperial.ac.uk<mailto:a.glyes at imperial.ac.uk>.


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Simon R Schultz
Professor of Neurotechnology
Department of Bioengineering, Imperial College London
South Kensington, London SW7 2AZ, UK
Neural Coding Laboratory: http://www.schultzlab.org

Director, Imperial College Centre for Neurotechnology
Administrator: Dr Kate Hobson, Phone: +44 207 594 5101
http://www.imperial.ac.uk/neurotechnology


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