The School of Nursing and Health Sciences educates and empowers the next generation of healthcare professionals by equipping our students with the knowledge and skills to influence health policy and service delivery. Through the internationally-renowned Mother and Infant Research Unit (MIRU) we undertake world leading research in maternal and infant health. MIRU aims to generate evidence to inform policy and practice in maternal, infant and early year’s health and care, and to reduce the impact of inequalities.
We are recruiting for an exceptional individual to join us as a Lecturer within our vibrant research community to help strengthen our multidisciplinary research in mother and infant health, and health sciences teaching towards REF 2021, and into the future.
The successful candidate’s workload will be allocated to enable a focus on research growth. The post-holder will work within the Mother and Infant Research Unit in the School, to help build research capacity, to develop their own research programme, contribute to grant capture, and publish high quality papers in high quality journals. Supervision of master’s and doctoral level students will be expected.
This is an exciting opportunity for an early career, post-doctoral academic to develop a strong research and teaching career in a supportive environment, in a School that enables and promotes multidisciplinary working, and innovation. We work extensively with NHS Scotland, and a range of national and international partners, offering significant opportunities to develop networks.
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