ST GEORGES UNIVERSITY OF LONDON

Professor of Epidemiology/Biostatistics/Public Health

Location
London (Greater) (GB)
Posted
23 Oct 2020
End of advertisement period
20 Nov 2020
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

St. George's, University of London 

Population Health Research Institute

Professor of Epidemiology/Biostatistics/Public Health (Non-Clinical/Clinical)

Salary: We are open to appointing either a clinical or non-clinical academic to the role.  Salary will be competitive and commensurate will the seniority of the position

Post Type: Permanent 

St. George’s, University of London has a strong research record in basic, applied and translational research, with particular strengths in population health, infection and immunity and molecular and clinical sciences.  Our science influences policy worldwide and in the last Research Excellence Framework, St. George’s rated fourth for impact in the UK ahead of most much larger research institutions.

We are looking to appoint a Professor of Epidemiology/Biostatistics/Public Health to join our successful and highly committed team of academic staff in the Population Health Research Institute.   The post holder will be expected to make a distinctive contribution to the Institute’s internationally competitive research programme in population health which addresses research themes including:- (i) patterns, trends, determinants and prevention of cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes and eye disease; (ii) epidemiology of respiratory and allergic diseases, including environmental determinants; (iii) life course and ageing, with a particular focus on the aetiology and prevention of congenital abnormalities); (iv) primary care and health services research (including mental health).  The successful applicant will have a track record of independent research in a relevant aspect of population health supported by successful current research grant funding and of the publication of high-quality scientific outputs.

This full-time post is open to non-clinical applicants and to clinical applicants (part time or full time with separately funded clinical or research sessions).

For further information about this position and to apply, visit https://jobs.sgul.ac.uk/526-20

Please quote reference: 526-20    

Closing date: 20th November 2020    

Interview date: TBC