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07-27-2005, 12:52 AM
Dear colleagues,

Please may I draw the following advertisement for a tenure-track job in
Cardiovascular Engineering to your attention. Note that the application
deadline is Friday 2 September 2005.

University Lecturership/Tutorial Fellowship in Biomedical
Cardiovascular Engineering

Applications are invited for the above post, tenable from 1 January
2006, or as soon as possible thereafter. Candidates should be able to
teach a range of subjects in Biomedical Engineering within a four-year
Engineering Science syllabus, and have research interests in
cardiovascular aspects of Biomedical Engineering. These could include
medical devices, tissue engineering, vascular prosthesis or disease
modelling, for example. The Lecturership is associated with a Tutorial
Fellowship at St Hilda's College or Keble College. If the appointee is
a man he will be elected a Fellow of Keble; the statutes of St Hilda's
College permit the appointment only of women fellows, so if a woman is
appointed, she will be offered the choice of accepting a fellowship at
either Keble College or at St Hilda's College. The combined University
and College salary will be according to age on a scale of up to 45,707
per annum, plus other benefits. Application procedures, duties of the
post and the full range of emoluments and allowances attached to both
the University and College appointments, may be viewed at
http://www.eng.ox.ac.uk/, where the department's Research Summary and
information on the undergraduate courses may also be found.
Applications should be sent to Professor R.C. Darton, FREng, Head of
Department, Department of Engineering Science, University of Oxford,
Parks Road, Oxford OX1 3PJ (fax 01865 283310, email head@eng.ox.ac.uk)
including a plan for proposed research and the names and addresses of
three referees, to arrive no later than Friday 2 September 2005. Please
quote Ref. No. DF05049 in all correspondence.

Dr Amy Zavatsky
University of Oxford,
Department of Engineering Science
Parks Road, Oxford OX1 3PJ, U.K.