W.A. Handley Professorship of Psychiatry

University of Oxford
Department of Psychiatry in association with Merton College
Closing Date
WorkplaceOxford, South East England, UK


The WA Handley Professorship of Psychiatry is one of the most prestigious clinical academic positions in the UK. The position provides an unparalleled opportunity to develop and sustain a large scale research programme, supported by the world-leading clinical research infrastructure in Oxford.

The appointee will join a thriving Department which excelled in the REF 2014 and which is committed to undertake research which impacts on clinical practice, and a College which offers a distinctive, friendly and supportive atmosphere. The post provides major leadership opportunities both within the University and the NHS-University partnership, and thereby offers a unique opportunity to influence research strategy and the future of mental health care in one of the world’s leading clinical academic campuses.

The successful candidate will be an outstanding, internationally recognised senior investigator with a proven record of success in the field of psychiatric and cognitive disorders. They will play a leading role the further development of research in mental and cognitive health in Oxford, to ensure that the University continues at the forefront of global research. The appointee will also make fundamental contributions to the expansion of related scientific and clinical research infrastructure in Oxford.

For more details about the post and to apply please contact Perrett Laver at: ?url=https%3A%2F%2Fcandidates.perrettlaver.com%2Fvacancies%2F1456%2Fwa_handley_professorship_of_psychiatry%2F&module=jobs&id=172807" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">https://candidates.perrettlaver.com/vacancies/1456/wa_handley_professorship_of_psychiatry/

The closing date for applications is 12.00 noon on 20 September 2019.

Applications are particularly welcome from women and black and minority ethnic candidates, who are under-represented in academic posts in Oxford.


In your application, please refer to myScience.uk
and reference  JobID 172807.

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