The University has outlined its commitment to five Interdisciplinary Challenge Areas that address the biggest challenges of our time:
- Energy Transition
- Environment and Biodiversity
- Health, Nutrition and Wellbeing
- Social Inclusion and Cultural Diversity
- Data and Artificial Intelligence
Our vision is to place interdisciplinarity at the heart of the University to create innovative and sustainable solutions to the key global challenges facing society, to provide a focus for interdisciplinary research and to enhance student learning through the integration of approaches and collaboration across multiple branches of knowledge. In fulfilling this vision, we will contribute to transformations locally, nationally and globally to enhance human society and the planet.
We are now recruiting twenty 5-year fellowships aligned to our new Interdisciplinary Challenge areas.
The University has been credited for its international reach, influence on national policy and its commercialisation of research ideas into spin out companies. In recognition of our world -leading and life changing research, we were awarded The Queen's Anniversary Prize for Higher and Further Education in 2018 and 2021.
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- Engagement and Transition Officer (Redeployment Only), People
- Research Fellow in Medical Mycology, Medicine, Medical Sciences & Nutrition
Engagement and Transition Officer (Redeployment Only), People
At present this vacancy is open to redeployment candidates only. However, this vacancy may become available to other candidates in due course. Please check back later or set up an alert for this type of vacancy.
Division: Experience & Wellbeing
Staff Category: Academic
Position Type: Full Time / Redeployment
Grade: Grade 5
Salary: £30,619 - £34,314
Ref No: SEP015AX
Closing Date: 05-JUN-2023
Research Fellow in Medical Mycology, Medicine, Medical Sciences & Nutrition
We seek a research fellow to work on a BBSRC-funded project within the Aberdeen Fungal Group under the supervision of Dr Donna MacCallum and Professor Carol Munro, in collaboration with Dr Rebecca Hall at the University of Kent. This post if funded for 15 months and you will join a dynamic group studying fungal pathogens at the Institute of Medical Sciences, University of Aberdeen.
School/Section: Medicine, Medical Sciences & Nutrition
Division: Institute of Medical Sciences
Staff Category: Research
Position Type: Full Time
Grade: Grade 6
Ref No: IMS268R
Closing Date: 08-JUN-2023