Lecturer in Clinical Physiology

Lecturer in Clinical Physiology

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Lecturer in Clinical Physiology

College of Medicine and Health

As part of its response to the adoption by Government of the Fottrell report on Medical Education this year, the Medical School wishes to invite applications for two clinical lectureships, one in Department of Anatomy and one in Department of Physiology. The successful candidates will contribute to the teaching and research activities of these departments, and will work with the Director of Medical Education with respect to the teaching of the new medical curriculum.


This is a full time permanent post.The ideal candidate will be medically qualified and entitled to register with the Irish Medical Council and will have a strong background in teaching basic sciences to medical students. The ideal candidate will hold an M.D. or Ph.D. in Physiology or a related area. The successful applicant will join a multi-disciplinary and integrated teaching staff delivering a systems based and clinically oriented curriculum, throughout the entire Medical School course with particular focus on the first 2 years. Candidates should have a track record of research publications and demonstrate potential for development of an independent research programme complementary to one of the Department of Physiology, which have a strong interdisciplinary emphasis.

Informal enquiries to: Professor Edward Johns, email e.j.johns@ucc.ie Website: www.ucc.ie/ucc/depts/physio/

Salary scale [new entrants]: €60,336 – €79,483 p.a.

Closing Date:Friday, 18 August 2006

Application form must be completed and returned to:

Human Resources
University College Cork
recruitment@ucc.ie  / Tel: + 353 21 4902671 / Fax:  + 353 21 4276995


Application Form         http://hradmin.ucc.ie/docs/AcadAppForm.doc


Memorandum relating to Lectureship Posts :  http://hr.ucc.ie/docs/lecturepost.doc

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