The Department of Electronic Engineering at the University of York has an international reputation for excellence in research and teaching. In line with the Department's long-term plans for expansion we seek to appoint an outstanding academic to build upon and expand existing strengths in the area of medical engineering, contributing to the research, teaching and administration of this discipline.
You will have a proven international research record and should possess a clear research vision across the area of medical engineering with particular emphasis on next generation biomedical technologies based on micro-engineered systems. For example, we would particularly welcome applications from candidates with expertise in micromechanical systems and/or microfluidic/lab on chip devices to address challenges within healthcare and biomedical science.
You will contribute to the Department's growing research reputation and wider impact in this area, in addition to designing, developing and delivering undergraduate and postgraduate teaching across a range of related subjects. Specifically, you will:
Skills, Experience & Qualification needed
For an informal discussion regarding this post, please contact the Head of Department, Prof Andy Tyrrell (firstname.lastname@example.org), or Dr Jude Brereton (email@example.com), if you would like to learn about working in the Department of Electronic Engineering at York.
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