Richard Blackwell Pharsalia Professorship of Colorectal Surgery

 
University of Oxford
Nuffield Department of Surgical Sciences in association with Linacre College

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Richard Blackwell Pharsalia Professorship of Colorectal Surgery

Nuffield Department of Surgical Sciences in association with Linacre College, Oxford

The Richard Blackwell Pharsalia Professorship of Colorectal Surgery is a new, exciting and strategic clinical academic development at the Nuffield Department of Surgical Sciences. The postholder will become a significant figure in Oxford medicine, and will provide leadership in training and research in the area of colorectal surgery. You will provide internationally leading research activity, establishing a substantial, externally funded group and secure long-term funding for further research and development in your area of expertise, working across basic/translational and clinical research fields to ensure our existing excellence is maintained.

You will have evidence of strong leadership and international distinction in research. You will be able to inspire trainee researchers and clinicians, and establish innovative academic and clinical programmes of research in colorectal surgery. You will have a strong track-record of raising substantial competitive funding for research and development.

You will have demonstrable experience and interest in teaching, synergistic with the existing strengths of the department and the College.

Start date: As soon as possible.

The closing date for applications is 12.00 noon on 28 February 2020. Interviews are planned for Monday 16 March 2020 in Oxford.

Applications are particularly welcome from women and black and minority ethnic candidates.

Richard Blackwell Pharsalia Professorship of Colorectal Surgery"professorships [at] admin[.]ox[.]ac.uk

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