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Senior Lecturer – Psychotropic Drug Safety Research (Ref: 1475)

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Durham University
Posted
10 February 2012
Closes
30 March 2012
Location
Contract Type
Hours
Salary
Salary: £46,846 - £ 57,581 pa

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 Durham University
School of Medicine and Health

Senior Lecturer – Psychotropic Drug Safety Research (Ref: 1475)
Salary: £46,846 - £ 57,581 pa

Applications are invited from outstanding clinical and non-clinical academics with an interest and expertise in psychotropic drug safety for a new Senior Lectureship in the School for Medicine and Health. The postholder will have a significant track record of publishing and obtaining external funding in psychotropic and/or medicines-related health services research. A focus on adolescents and young adults is an advantage.

The post is for 60 months in the first instance.

Contact for informal enquiries: Professor Joe Reilly, Director, Mental Health Research Group, tel: 0191 33 40704, email: j.g.reilly@durham.ac.uk  

Alternative contact: Professor Pali Hungin, Head of School and Dean of Medicine, tel: 0191 33 40375, email: a.p.s.hungin@durham.ac.uk  

Reference Number: 1475 Closing date: 30 March 2012

Further details of the post and an application form are available on our website (http://www.dur.ac.uk/jobs/) or telephone 0191 334 6499; fax 0191 334 6504.

Durham University


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