Exciting Opportunities in Genetics, Genomics and Data Science Research in Exeter – faculty and postdoctoral positions available at all levels
We are recruiting broadly to expand our genetics and data science research capacity as a result of substantial investment and recent grant successes. We are now inviting passionate, dedicated individuals to join us in Exeter to make further significant impacts in genomic medicine.
We are at the forefront of genetics and data science research, offering a vibrant research environment with cutting-edge facilities for human genomics research. Our commitment to progressive research and excellence in undergraduate and postgraduate education is firmly anchored in our current expertise in the field.
- Professor in Human Genetics: Are you a leader in human genetics? Join us in a prominent role to lead and shape our research initiatives. This is a key strategic position for the Department and we are seeking applicants with an outstanding track record of research and vision in human genomics, and a commitment to extending its impact on health.
- Lecturer and Senior Lecturer: We are offering permanent academic positions at different levels, providing you with the platform to contribute and grow in our dynamic academic community.
- Research Opportunities: Explore research-only positions, from Graduate Research Assistant to Postdoctoral Research Fellow, and be part of the exciting projects generated by our recent grant successes.
Your Expertise, Our Future
We welcome applications from experts in statistical genomics, genetic epidemiology, functional genomics, epigenetics, data science and AI, and we are particularly interested in hearing from individuals and teams whose work aligns with and enhances our existing strengths. Together, we can drive innovation and make a real difference in the world of genetics and data science. The University of Exeter offers you the opportunity to work in a dynamic and ambitious research environment, all while being surrounded by the breathtaking beauty of Devon and Cornwall.
Research in CBS is focused on understanding the mechanisms and treatment of human disease and has an exceptional record in human genomics research. You will join a vibrant community of scientists and clinicians with expertise in genetic epidemiology, epigenetics, data science, and cell biology working on a range of human conditions including mental illness, dementia, diabetes, reproductive health, obesity, respiratory disease, and cancer.
Join Us in Shaping the Future
We are seeking individuals who are as enthusiastic about their future as we are about ours. If you are excited by the prospect of applying your expertise in the field and contributing to our leading research-inspired undergraduate and postgraduate programs, we want to hear from you!
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