Department: School of Mathematical Sciences
Salary: £40,182 - £50,030 per annum
Date posted: 08-Dec-2016
Closing date: 05-Feb-2017
Queen Mary is one of London and the UK’s leading research-focused universities. With over 20,000 students, it is amongst the largest of the colleges of the University of London. Queen Mary’s 4,000 staff teach and research across a wide range of subjects in Science and Engineering, the Humanities, Social Sciences and Laws, and Medicine and Dentistry.
The School of Mathematical Science has an exceptionally strong research presence across the spectrum of areas within Pure and Applied Mathematics, and is currently organised into six research groups, namely: Algebra, Combinatorics, Complex Systems and Networks, Dynamical Systems and Statistical Physics, Geometry and Analysis and Probability and Applications. The School also has large and popular undergraduate and graduate programmes.
The School is entering an exciting period of strategic growth with significant investment in new posts over the next three years across a broad range of disciplines. In addition to academic appointments, approximately £20M is being invested in the School’s building to provide state-of-the-art research, teaching and study facilities for staff and students.
About the role
Applications are invited for a Lectureship in Mathematical Biology. We are seeking to appoint an outstanding candidate in the broad area of mathematical biology including statistical and data-driven approaches. He or she will complement the research strengths of the Complex Systems & Networks, Dynamical Systems & Statistical Physics and Probability and Applications groups. A successful candidate will have a proven ability or exceptional potential to conduct world-class research together with a track record of applying rigorous research methods to address biological problems with applications in fields such as ecology, epidemiology, genetics, cancer, biochemistry, or neuroscience. They will be expected to develop an interdisciplinary research platform or contribute to an existing one, such as the QMUL Life Sciences Initiative http://www.qmul.ac.uk/lifesciences/
Candidates should also have a strong interest in pursuing excellence in teaching and supervising graduate students, as well as the ability and flexibility to teach across a range of topics in mathematics and its applications at undergraduate and postgraduate level.
Applicants whose work has had a significant impact outside of the university environment are particularly encouraged to apply.
The School and Athena SWAN Charter for Women in Science
The School holds a departmental Bronze Athena SWAN Award and is a registered supporter of the LMS Good Practice scheme. We are committed to the equality of opportunities and to advancing women’s careers. We have policies to support staff returning from long-term absence, for flexible arrangements for staff with parental responsibilities and for child-care support for the attendance of conferences. As part of the School’s commitment to the Athena SWAN and the LMS Good Practice principles we strongly encourage applications from women.
Please visit www.maths.qmul.ac.uk for information about the School and www.maths.qmul.ac.uk/equality/athena-swan for our family friendly policies and parental leave.
Pay & Benefits
The post is full-time and permanent. Starting salary will be in the range £40,182 - £50,030 inclusive of London Allowance. Benefits include 30 days annual leave, childcare vouchers scheme, defined benefit pension scheme and interest free season ticket loan. The successful candidate will be expected to start the post on 1 August 2017, or as soon as possible thereafter.
Informal enquiries may be made to Professor Boris Khoruzhenko at email@example.com
Please ensure you include with your application a curriculum vitae, a teaching statement and a research statement explaining your fit with the advertised role.
The closing date for applications is Sunday 5 February 2017.
Interviews are expected to be held on 13 March 2017.
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