Professor of Microbial Diseases

Dublin (IE)
20 Jul 2017
End of advertisement period
29 Sep 2017
Contract Type
Full Time

UCD Professor of Microbial Diseases
Ref: 009496

Consultant in Microbiology or Infectious Diseases
University College Dublin, School of Medicine 
St. Vincent’s University Hospital

The UCD School of Medicine is Ireland’s leading research-intensive medical school and its clinical partner, St. Vincent’s University Hospital is a national healthcare leader within Ireland’s largest acute hospital group. Ireland East Hospital Group.

The UCD School of Medicine has an international reputation in infectious disease research with particular expertise in molecular characterisation of bacterial and viral infection. It is home to the National Virus Reference Laboratory, with has provided a national diagnostic service for over forty years, and to the UCD Centre for Research in Infectious Disease.
Infection management in patient care is of critical importance to St. Vincent’s University Hospital which has extensive clinical microbiology and infectious diseases clinical services.

Applications are now invited for the role of Professor of Microbial Diseases at the UCD School of Medicine and Consultant in Microbiology or Infectious Disease at St. Vincent’s University Hospital. This is a permanent senior leadership role with substantial clinical and academic commitments.

This is a joint appointment on a Type B Consultant Contract by University College Dublin (19.5 hours per week) and St. Vincent’s University Hospital (19.5 hours per week).

Closing Date: 17:00hrs (local Irish Time) on Friday, 29 September 2017.

Prior to application, further information (including application procedure) should be obtained from the UCD Job Vacancies website:

Applications must be submitted by the closing date and time specified.  Any applications which are still in progress at the closing time of 17:00hrs (Local Irish Time) on the specified closing date will be cancelled automatically by the system. UCD do not accept late applications.