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Two RCUK Fellowships in 20th-Century Medical History

///Two RCUK Fellowships in 20th-Century Medical History

Two RCUK Fellowships in 20th-Century Medical History

As part of its continuing investment in the History of Medicine, Oxford Brookes University and the School of Arts and Humanities, in partnership with Hefce (Higher Education Funding Council for England), seek to appoint two RCUK (Research Councils, United Kingdom) fellows in twentieth-century medical history. The Fellowships are permanent appointments in the History of Medicine.

RCUK Fellow: Twentieth Century biomedicine and-or pharmaceuticals

The successful candidate will have research and publication experience and future plans in the history of twentieth century biomedicine and-or pharmaceuticals. The Department may prefer candidates with interests in the European dimension of these areas or those who undertake comparative work between Britain and Europe. He or she should ideally have broader interests in the social history of medicine and in the wider socio-economic or cultural history of Europe. The successful candidate will be a core member of the Centre for Health, Medicine and Society and part of the History of Medicine research cluster in the wider History Department. The successful candidate will either have, or be on track to obtain, an international publications profile and will be able to demonstrate both a record of and considerable potential for obtaining external grants. The Department may give preference to those candidates who can be submitted to the RAE in 2007 at a level commensurate with obtaining top research gradings.

RCUK Fellow: Twentieth Century Central or Eastern European bio-medicine

The successful candidate will have research and publication experience and future plans in the history of twentieth century biomedicine (broadly defined to include eugenics and the medical dynamics of fascism) in Central and-or Eastern Europe. He or she should ideally have broader interests in the social history of medicine and in the wider history of Central or Eastern Europe. The successful candidate will be a core member of the Centre for Health, Medicine and Society and part of the History of Medicine research cluster in the wider History Department. The successful candidate will either have, or be on track to obtain, an international publications profile and will be able to demonstrate both a record of and considerable potential for obtaining external grants. The Department may give preference to those candidates who can be submitted to the RAE in 2007 at a level commensurate with obtaining top research gradings.

Further information can be found at: https://edm.brookes.ac.uk/hr/hr/vacancies.do

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