Professor of Molecular and Population Cancer Genetics

 
University of Oxford
Nuffield Department of Medicine in association with The Queen’s College

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Professor of Molecular and Population Cancer Genetics

Nuffield Department of Medicine in association with The Queen’s College, Oxford

The Professor of Molecular and Population Genetics will be a significant figure in Oxford medicine and will take a leadership role in developing the field of Molecular and Population Genetics in the University.

This is a clinical post and you must be medically qualified and be a practicing clinician at NHS consultant/honorary consultant level.

You will be recognised as a leader in a field related to genetics, working across basic and clinical research fields to ensure our existing excellence is maintained. You will hold a PhD or equivalent higher degree and medical registration with the GMC (specialist register). As well as having a proven track record as a first-class internationally-renowned researcher you will be able to inspire and establish new innovative programmes of research in experimental medicine. You will have proven experience in leading a major research group and securing independent research funding, and have proven skills in research training and mentorship at graduate and postgraduate levels.

There is a high degree of openness to the precise research focus of the appointee. You are welcome to have an informal chat with the Department, please see the Further Particulars for details.

Start date: as soon as possible

The closing date for applications is 12.00 noon on 27 March 2020.

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

Professor of Molecular and Population Cancer Genetics"professorships [at] admin[.]ox[.]ac.uk

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In your application, please refer to myScience.uk and reference JobID 182551.

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