Application Process

Applications should be made via the University’s online system and should include:

Duties and responsibilities

Person Specification

Essential Criteria Desirable Criteria
(Identified from – Application form, CV, Supporting Statement, Interview, References)
Experience
Experience of research in an academic environment Experience of multidisciplinary research
Experience of stratified medicine, infection, regenerative medicine and/or public health
EDUCATION, QUALIFICATIONS AND TRAINING
PhD in Applied Mathematics, Statistics, Computer Science or related discipline
SKILLS, GENERAL AND SPECIAL KNOWLEDGE
Proven skills in working independently to solve problems Evidence of delivering oral presentations at national/international meetings
Excellent skills in scientific writing Evidence of publication in academic journals
A highly motivated individual with strong technical and organisational skills, plus excellent interpersonal and communication skills, both written and verbal
PERSONAL ATTRIBUTES AND CIRCUMSTANCES
Vision and ability to plan and manage projects Ability to collaborate with other researchers
Able to demonstrate leadership ability within their research
Excellent attention to detail

Open Days for Candidates

15th & 26th March 2018

Applications Close

21st May 2018

Interviews

8th & 12th June 2018

Start the Fellowship

June 2018 - March 2019