Lincoln College

Non- Stipendiary Fellows in Medical & Biomedical Sciences

Lincoln College proposes to elect two non-stipendiary Fellows in the Medical and Biomedical Sciences from 1 January 2020. The application process is the same for both fellowships and applicants may apply for one or both of these positions using a single application.

The George and Susan Brownlee Junior Research Fellowship in Biomedical Sciences (non-stipendiary)

The George and Susan Brownlee Junior Research Fellow in Biomedical Sciences is tenable for three years in the first instance, with the possibility of renewal for two further years. The Fellowship is intended to provide a College affiliation for an early-career researcher and must be held in conjunction with a fully-funded research position in the biomedical sciences at the University of Oxford. The Fellow may have the opportunity to undertake some undergraduate teaching or graduate advisory work for the College. The successful candidate will hold a salaried research position in the University of Oxford, in any area of biomedical research. He or she will have been awarded a doctorate no more than seven years prior to appointment to the Fellowship.

The Kemp Post-Doctoral Research Fellowship in Medical Sciences (non-stipendiary)

The Kemp Post-Doctoral Research Fellow in Medical Sciences is intended to provide a College affiliation for an early-career researcher and must be held in conjunction with a fully-funded research position in the medical sciences at the University of Oxford. The Fellowship will be held conterminously with the award supporting the research position, up to a maximum of five years. The Fellow may have the opportunity to undertake some undergraduate teaching or graduate advisory work for the College.

 

The successful candidate for each fellowship will receive a statutory sum of £200 per annum. Any undergraduate teaching, or advising of graduate students, undertaken for the College will be paid separately at the standard rates. The College will also make available to the Fellow a range of allowances and benefits:

  • full common room rights, including free lunches and dinners whenever the College kitchens are open;
  • access to discretionary research funds administered by the College;
  • the right to apply for single-occupancy College accommodation at his or her own expense,  should such accommodation be available.

Please see the attached further particulars for full details of the roles and how to apply. Please return your application documents  and an applicant monitoring form with all applications. Queries about the posts should be addressed to the Senior Tutor, Dr Lydia Matthews, at lydia.matthews@lincoln.ox.ac.uk

The closing date for applications is 12.00 midday (BST) on 28th November 2019.

Lincoln College is an Equal Opportunities Employer.