Job openings & Fellowships

Job openings

Tenure Track Faculty position

Further information
Division/School:Department of Cardiovascular Sciences, The Biomedical Sciences Group KU Leuven
Project:Inflammation in cardiovascular diseases
Supervisors:Prof. dr. Werner Budts
Working pattern:Full-time
Closing date for applications:Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Research Assistant/Associate

Further information
Division/School:Department of Pharmacology, University of Cambridge
Project:British Heart Foundation-funded Research Associate post in the field of platelet activation and arterial thrombosis
Supervisors:Dr Matthew Harper
Working pattern:Fixed Term - Full time
Salary:Research Associate is £31,604 - £38,863 pa and Research Assistant is £25,728-£29,799
Closing date for applications:Thursday 15th January 2018
Starting date:Spring 2018

PhD opportunity

Further information
Division/School:Centre for Atherothrombotic and Metabolic Disease
Project: Bruton’s tyrosine kinase as a potential target for platelet function inhibition
Supervisors:Dr. Simon Calaminus (simon.calaminus@hyms.ac.uk) and Dr. David Allsup (david.allsup@hey.nhs.uk)
Working pattern:Full time
Salary/stippend:£14553
Closing date for applications:Friday 9th February 2018
Starting date:April 2018

Senior Lecturer/Reader/Professor of Cardiovascular Science

The University of Bristol
Further information
Job number:ACAD102521
Division/School:School of Physiology, Pharmacology & Neuroscience
Contract Type:Open ended contract staff
Working pattern:Full time
Salary:Competitive salary plus benefits
Closing date for applications:01-May-2017


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Fellowships

The Committee of the BSCR has decided to create the honour of Fellowship of the BSCR.

Fellowships will be awarded to individuals who have made a notable contribution to the Society in terms of its influence, credibility, profile and position in national and international cardiovascular research networks.

Fellowship is open to anyone in recognition of their leading contribution to the mission and objectives of BSCR; they do not need to be members of the BSCR at the time of nomination.

Nominations can only be made by full members of the BSCR.

There is a web form available: briefly, you will need to describe the nominee's contributions to the BSCR in terms of its financial stability, profile, membership and administration. You will also need to name four BSCR members who will second the nomination

List of BSCR Fellows

NameProfessor Christopher NewmanProfessor David Hearse
InstitutionUniversity of SheffieldKing’s College London
Year20102013