The department of Biomedical Sciences and Veterinary Public Health is responsible for research and education at basic and advanced levels within the disciplines pathology, pharmacology, toxicology, immunology, food safety, virology, bacteriology, parasitology and epizootiology. Read more about our activities and infrastructure here.
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The subject area covers the occurrence of toxic substances, both anthropogenic and natural, in soil, water, and feed, and the transfer of the substances from these sources to both food and drinking water. The exposures of food-producing animals and humans are central, as are the consequences for animal and public health. Risk assessment is of utmost importance to the subject, as a basis for measures to reduce the health risks of toxic substances in food and drinking water at the population level.
The holder of the position will be responsible for the development of research and education within the entire subject of toxicology in collaboration with researchers and teachers at the Faculty and SLU.
The applicant will be expected to:
Apart from teaching the subject area, teaching of basic toxicology is also included at basic levels.
The applicant must
Grounds of assessment
The assessment criteria for appointment must be the degree of expertise required as qualification for employment.
The assessment of research expertise will be based on:
The following will be taken into consideration when assessing teaching expertise:
The following abilities will also be assessed:
It is considered to be of merit if the applicant has documented experience in risk assessment of toxic substances in food and drinking water.
The appointment will be offered to the applicant who, following a qualitative comprehensive assessment, is deemed to have the best skills set to conduct and develop the duties in question, and contribute to the positive development of the organisation.
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2024-03-04Place of work:
100%Form of employment:
Permanent employmentStarting date:
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