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    Lectureship in Biomedical Engineering

    Salary Range: 27,989-30,363 (Lecturer B)

    Applications are invited for a Lectureship in Biomedical Engineering within the Centre for Biomedical Engineering, available from November 2005. Candidates should hold, or be close to holding, a relevant PhD and should be able to demonstrate a strong research record along with international research potential. Candidates with research interests in one (or more) of the areas of assistive technology, human movement analysis, orthopaedic biomechanics and physiological measurement are encouraged, but applicants with interests in other areas of biomedical engineering will be considered. The successful applicant will teach on postgraduate and undergraduate programmes within the School of Engineering, and so must be able to make a substantive contribution to teaching in biomechanics or instrumentation/signal processing.

    The Centre for Biomedical Engineering is an established activity in the School of Engineering with interests covering a broad range of research and teaching programmes. Currently, these bring together over 30 members of staff and research students. An extensive network of clinical links also supports the work of the Centre.

    Further information about the Centre for Biomedical Engineering can be found at

    For an informal discussion please contact Dr David Ewins on 01483 689670, or email

    For full job and application details visit, email:, call Hilary Mitchell on 01483 686283 (24 hrs) or write to her at School of Engineering (H5), University of Surrey, Guildford, Surrey, GU2 7XH. Please state reference 4846, your postal address and where you saw this advert.

    Closing Date: 30th September 2005

    Interview board: 27th October 2005