Clinical Senior Lecturer at Imperial College London

Imperial College London, UK has an opening lecturer position in mathematics. The funds for this fellowship are available for 5 years. The deadline to apply is November 07, 2018.

Applications are invited for the post of Clinical Senior Lecturer in Cardiac Electrophysiology in the Cardiac Electrophysiology Research Group, part of the Cardiac Function of the Division of the National Heart & Lung Institute. The focus of the Cardiac Electrophysiology /ElectroCardioMaths group is on the bench-to-bedside study of myocardial conduction and arrhythmia mechanisms using novel mapping technologies. High resolution activation and repolarisation mapping and molecular biological techniques are applied to the whole heart, intact myocardium and tissue/cell culture models, and are complemented by in silico computational modelling of arrhythmias. The group also has an excellent track record of in first-in-human studies on new mapping technologies and novel arrhythmia treatments.

The successful candidate should:

- Fit seamlessly into ongoing research activities of the Cardiac Electrophysiology group and leadership of the ElectroCardioMaths group at Imperial College London - Have a track record of attracting long term funding support - Contribute to teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate levels - Contribute to the administration and management of the Section Candidates should have:

- An established track record in cardiac electrophysiology research as evidenced by publications in high quality peer-reviewed journals and grant awards - Experience in research across the research spectrum ranging from basic science experiments through to in vivo studies in humans - Significant experience in cardiac electrophysiology experimental methods, including optical mapping and multielectrode mapping, and experience of preclinical in vivo models of disease - Experience on leading in vivo electrophysiology research in humans - A strong inter-disciplinary approach with previous experience in working with colleagues and supervising students with engineering/mathematics backgrounds - A PhD in the field of cardiac electrophysiology - Post-doctoral experience outside the UK, in an internationally-renowned laboratory - Have a track record of publishing in international peer-reviewed journals. - Have a track record of designing research projects and successfully attracting research funding. - Have teaching experience via lectures and project supervision. - Demonstrate evidence of supervision or involvement with supervision of PhD students - Have a developing international reputation in their field of research - Have a track record in attracting high levels of research funding - Have experience and capability to act as a role model in areas of research, teaching and management as appropriate - Ability to generate an income stream of external peer review grant monies to support the research programme - Excellent leadership skills and ability to organise a substantial workload effectively and ability to work under pressure to meet deadlines - Ability to communicate, interact and collaborate effectively with other researchers, medical staff and staff allied to medicine in the Department, Division and in the Hospital Please note that this is full time, fixed term post for 5 years.


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