Lectureship in Computing Science (Systems and Synthetic Biology) wanted by Newcastle University. Are you an outstanding researcher with interests and skills in Systems and/or Synthetic Biology? Are you an excellent teacher who can help us expand our high quality degree programmes?
Specifications - (explanation)
|Location||Newcastle, United Kingdom|
|Function types||Technical, Laboratory positions, Professors, associate professors, assistant professors and lecturers, IT, Research, Development, Innovation, Education|
|Scientific fields||Engineering, Health|
|Hours||40.0 hours per week|
|Job number||AT D1042A|
You will join our world-class Biology, Neurosciences and Computing Research Group. You must have a PhD and a track record of research in the design and application of computational approaches to the dynamic of modelling molecular biological systems. A clear and detailed understanding of biological systems with experience in the handling, storage, interpretation and integration of molecular biology data is essential. You should have a clear and ambitious vision for your research that represents a good fit within the aims of the School of Computing Science.
We are particularly keen to recruit candidates with expertise in stochastic modelling applied to systems or synthetic biology. Candidates with an active interest in the computational design of biological systems are also encouraged to apply.
Conditions of employment
£31,948 - £35,938 Grade F
£37,012 - £44,166 (with potential progression to £49,689) Grade G
Informal enquiries should be directed to Prof. Anil Wipat (firstname.lastname@example.org.
Interview date: 24/25 May 2012.
Committed to Equal Opportunities.