Associate Senior Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in Molecular Medicine: Regeneration, Replacement, and Repair in the Musculoskeletal System
Deadline for submission August 10th 2017
The Wallenberg Centre for Molecular Medicine (WCMM) within the medical faculty at Lund University, Sweden has its focus on Regenerative Medicine and the entire program will, over ten years (2015-2024) set up 10 tenure track positons in all. Currently being advertised is a tenure track position for an associate senior lecturer (Assistant Professor) within the field ‘Regeneration, Replacement, and Repair in the Musculoskeletal System’.
Application for the position is through this link (http://www.med.lu.se/wcmm).
The deadline for submission is August 10th, 2017
WCMM LU are aiming to recruit outstanding young scientists with international research experience, with priority given to those who have completed their PhD within the last 7 years.
Information regarding the WCMM, the research environment at Lund University and the recruitment and career packages can be found on the website (http://www.med.lu.se/wcmm).
A brief overview of the key points are outlined below.
The successful candidate will:
- Receive a career package of two PhD students (2x 4 year) and two post-doc positions (2x 2years) and an operational grant of SEK 1.5 million per year for four years.
- Primarily conduct research and research supervision. Teaching at the medical faculty is included (<20%), facilitating promotion to a tenure position as Snr Lecturer/Assoc Professor within 4 years.
- Initiate and maintain a strong experimental research program in synergy with on-going preclinical/clinical research into the musculoskeletal system within the faculty.
For informal enquiries or any other questions, please do not hesitate to contact Prof Kristina Åkesson (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Fiona McGuigan (email@example.com).