Location: Kedleston Road, Derby, DE22 1GB
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About the role
Do you have experience of working within the biomedical research informed teaching, especially in immunology, oncology and toxicology?
An exciting new opportunity has arisen for a Lecturer or Senior Lecturer in Biomedical Science in the field of Clinical Immunology to be involved in developing and delivering an innovative and flexible range of learning and teaching materials.
You should have competency in a range of relevant laboratory and practical skills including clinical immunology, cancer biology, and molecular mechanisms of disease at the macroscopic, microscopic level that are linked to biomedical science related research and teaching. As well as knowledge within the subject area of biomedical science and understanding the interplay amongst between immune signalling mechanisms in health and disease status.
A clear understanding of biomedical science in practice within the NHS environment and a grasp of biomedical and human sciences disciplines with the clear understanding of the environmental influences for biomedical health is also essential.
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