Applications are invited for a full-time without-term Lectureship in Biomedical/Nutrition Science. We are seeking applications from highly motivated candidates who will be a key staff member contributing to BSc and MSc programmes and who will be an active researcher.
We encourage applications from academics with an excellent track record of teaching and research. We are particularly looking for applicants with research and teaching complementary to those of staff in the Health Sciences Research Centre (HSRC). We are particularly interested in recruitment of someone with expertise in (meta-) genomics, applied microbiology, food science or dietetics.
The Department of Life Sciences at Roehampton has a strong reputation for its research in the area of Biomedical Sciences where our high quality research focuses on Nutrition/Regulation of Metabolism, Neuroscience, Immunology, Cell Biology, and Microbiology. Staff from HSRC collaborate with those in the Sport & Exercise Research Centre (SESRC) which includes exercise (health) nutrition, whole body exercise metabolism/physiology, and the metabolic and molecular responses to both exercise and nutrition. Staff also collaborate with colleagues in other areas of the department and in the Psychology Department.
The Department of Life Sciences has a strong international reputation for its research in anthropology, ecology, zoology, sport and exercise science, health and nutrition. We have a well-established suite of programmes at undergraduate and postgraduate level including zoology, biological sciences, nutrition, health, sport & exercise sciences, biomedical sciences, anthropology and primatology. Recent investment means we have well-equipped teaching and research laboratories and excellent teaching facilities
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