Durham University Lecturer in Medical Anthropology
Jun 13, 2012 10:10 AM
Job Description: The Anthropology Department, Durham University, seeks to appoint a fixed term lecturer [3 years] in Medical Anthropology to contribute to health-related teaching and research at the University's, Queen's Campus in Stockton. We seek applications from candidates with a background in any aspect of medical anthropology. This would include biological and/or evolutionary interests [for example, infectious diseases, reproduction, epidemiology, or genetics] as well as socio-cultural interests in health and well-being [for example, health policy, global health, pharmaceuticals or healing systems].
The successful candidate will be expected to make a significant contribution to the research profile within the Department of Anthropology as well as in collaboration with the School for Medicine and Health and the Wolfson Research Institute at Queen's Campus.
Durham University - Department of Anthropology
Reference Number 1832
Location Queen's Campus
Faculty/Division Social Sciences and Health
Grade Grade 7
Position Type Full Time
Contract Type Fixed Term
Salary (£) 30122 - 35938
Closing Date 10 July 2012
Please note that interviews for this post are scheduled to take place on 23rd or 24th July 2012.
The purpose of the post will be to contribute to the further development of the Department's research and teaching expertise in areas related to health and medicine. The appointee will be expected to enhance the Department's excellent research profile at Queen's Campus and within the Wolfson Research Institute.
See http://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/AEP325/lecturer-in-medical-anthropology/ for links to further information