Researcher in Endocrinology
Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences
(Post level 8)
- Managing the diabetic wound healing research group;
- Conducting research which encompasses epidemiological-, in vivo and in vitro cellular studies on the aetiology of impaired diabetic wound healing, with investigations being centred on how and why stem cells become dysfunctional.
- A PhD in Physiology, Molecular- or Cellular Biology;
- Experience in endocrinology research, patient studies, as well as expertise in stem cell culture and flow cytometry;
- A proven track record in generating external funding for research;
- Record of student supervision supported by a strong publication record..
The University will consider all applications in terms of its Employment Equity Plan, which acknowledges the need to diversify the demographic composition of the staff corps, especially with regard to the appointment of suitable candidates from the designated groups.
The University reserves the right not to make an appointment.
The University reserves the right to investigate qualifications and conduct background checks on all candidates.
Should no feedback be received from the University within six weeks of the closing date, kindly accept that your application did not succeed.
Enquiries regarding job content:
Prof William Ferris on 021 938 9448
Enquiries regarding remuneration/benefits as well as technical assistancewith the electronic application process:
Human Resources Division, Tygerberg Campus on 021 938 9636
01 Mar 2018
12 Feb 2018
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