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  • Senior Lectureship in Biomedical Engineering- Galway, Ireland

    Senior Lectureship in Biomedical Engineering

    The Department of Mechanical & Biomedical Engineering wishes to recruit an
    outstanding individual for the above full-time permanent post. Since its
    establishment at NUI, Galway, in 1998, the Biomedical Engineering programme
    has experienced rapid expansion with respect to undergraduate student
    numbers, postgraduate research students, research funding, and industry
    interaction. The undergraduate programme in Biomedical Engineering is
    interdisciplinary in scope with students taking courses in the Faculties of
    Engineering, Science and Medical and Health Sciences .

    The Department is also affiliated with the National Centre for Biomedical
    Engineering Science (NCBES), which is located on the NUI, Galway campus.
    This centre was established in 2000 and moved in September, 2003, to its new
    €20 million purpose built building which houses state of the art equipment
    and 35 research personnel from the Department of Mechanical and Biomedical

    The appointee will be required to:

    · Assume a role in both the teaching and research aspects of
    Biomedical Engineering.
    · Contribute to the teaching of existing courses , develop new
    courses and supervise undergraduate student projects.
    · Work with interdisciplinary research groups spanning science,
    engineering, medicine and industry.
    · Provide expertise in one or more areas of interest to the
    Department such as experimental tissue or cellular biomechanics, medical
    device design, quantitative analysis of biological systems and advanced

    The successful applicant will:

    · Hold a PhD in Biomedical Engineering or in a related discipline.

    · Have significant publication record or equivalent industrial
    experience in Biomedical Engineering.

    · Have demonstrated an ability to attract substantial research

    · Possess interpersonal skills commensurate with the need to
    communicate both with students and colleagues over a wide range of
    disciplines and interests.

    Information on the Department and the NCBES is available online at: and , respectively
    For informal discussion contact:

    Professor Abhay Pandit, Department of Mechanical & Biomedical Engineering


    Salary: €62,477 x 7 = €88,536 p.a.

    €59,353 x 7 = €84,111 p.a. (pre 1995 entrants)

    Closing date for receipt of applications is 5.00 p.m., Friday, 10th
    February, 2006.