This is an outstanding opportunity for an experienced researcher who wishes to advance research knowledge addressing women’s health needs in the context of long-term health conditions. The appointee would work with an established team of researchers working on multiple projects focussed on women’s health in long-term conditions. The team’s work focusses mainly on diabetes and this would be the initial focus of the postholder’s activity, but they could also be scope to develop work related to other long-term conditions depending on the applicants interests. The researcher would need to have expertise in clinical and translational research methods.
The postholder would also be expected to contribute high quality education for undergraduates and postgraduate programmes. The educational element of the post requires the postholder to lead a women’s health module and contribute teaching on other programmes. They would also be involved in supervising PhD students. The post is 60% research and 40% education.
Full details of the vacancy can be found here: https://www.kcl.ac.uk/jobs/083907-lecturer-womens–in-long-term-conditions