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Fellowship: Newcastle University (UK)

The 2020 Newcastle University Academic Track Fellowship Scheme, is now open for applications with a closing date of 6th March 2020.  Anyone within the ECN who is interested should contact Prof. John Mathers (email: john.mathers@ncl.ac.uk ) in the first instance to let him know if they are interested in applying.  John will be delighted to give more background to the application process and the University to the potential candidate.
 

This is an excellent opportunity for talented researchers in nutrigenomics to develop towards an independent career.
 
NUAcT Clinical Fellows will join a thriving cohort of talented early career researchers across the NUAcT Scheme and across the whole University.
A candidate briefing pack for those applying to the Medicine and Biological Sciences panel is attached.
 
What does the NUAcT programme offer?
   • Five years' salary (or five years FTE equivalent if working part time)
   • Initial fixed term appointment with progression to an open-ended contract subject to review
   • Research expenses (up to £50k, subject to research programme needs)
   • Funding for a PhD studentship associated with the research project
   • Dedicated mentors with world class expertise and significant research management experience
   • The opportunity to join and participate in our world-class interdisciplinary research centres
   • A bespoke personal development plan and extensive training opportunities
   • Peer support from a cross disciplinary cohort of talented early career researchers
 
Further details about how to apply can be found by following this link.
 
A direct link to the recruitment portal for the NUAcT Clinical Fellowship can be reached by clicking here:https://jobs.ncl.ac.uk/job/Newcastle-NUAcT-%28Newcastle-Unviversity-Academic-Track%29-Fellowship-Scheme-Clinical-Research/579516901/.
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