Senior Lecturer or Reader in Molecular Imaging (PET/CT) / Honorary Consultant in Radiology (HY0385)

University of Hull

United Kingdom

October 11, 2022


Senior Lecturer or Reader in Molecular Imaging (PET/CT) / Honorary

Consultant in Radiology

Reference: HY0385

Campus: Hull and/or York Faculty/Area: Faculty of Health Sciences Subject Group/Team: Hull York Medical School Salary: Clinical Academic Scales Post Type: Full Time Closing Date: Tuesday 11 October 2022

All candidates are requested to submit a CV and covering letter, and also complete a short online Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form.

The Hull York Medical School (HYMS) brings together the strengths of the Universities of Hull and York in life, clinical, health and social sciences in partnership with the NHS.

Hull York Medical School and Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust are seeking to recruit a Senior Lecturer or Reader in Molecular Imaging. Together the Medical School, the University of Hull and Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust have ambitious plans to develop research collaborations and ensure improvement in patient outcomes through creating high quality learning environments where enquiring clinicians can flourish and answer research questions of scientific and clinical relevance. These new posts have been created to support the recent investment in the Hull Molecular Imaging Centre (HuMIC) and increasing workload in PET/CT and cross sectional radiology is a joint appointment with the Hull University Teaching hospitals (HUTH) NHS Trust. HuMIC is a single overarching research unit comprising of three sites; the Positron Emission Tomography Research Centre (PETRC) located at the University of Hull campus in Hull and the Molecular Imaging Research Centre (MIRC) and Jack Brignall Clinical PET-CT Centre located adjacent to each other at the Castle Hill Hospital, Cottingham. It has been developed and led financially (with > £15 million of investment) by the Daisy Appeal, the University of Hull and the Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust to provide comprehensive bench to bedside research and clinical facilities bringing together University and NHS researchers.

We are seeking to appoint a high-calibre academic (either at Senior Lecturer or Reader level) with a clear vision to lead their own programme of internationally excellent research. Most importantly, we want our research to make a difference to practice and to patients in our region and beyond, and will seek to recruit an individual who shares this ambition. The successful applicant will have a track record of achievement and will be expected to lead the development and delivery of cutting-edge research studies that will generate external research income and REF-returnable research outputs of international quality.

You will also be expected to deliver excellent teaching within our undergraduate and taught Masters programs, as well as offering undergraduate and postgraduate research project supervision.

The successful candidate will work as an honorary consultant Radiologist in HUTH and the work programme will comprise of a 50% academic and 50 % NHS clinical commitment. The NHS job plan will include contribution to the Nuclear Medicine, PET/CT and cross sectional work as well as pro-rata SPA and on-call body radiology commitment.

We are seeking to appoint an individual who aligns to our values:

Everyone Counts: We promote a culture of diversity, respect and aspiration, and empower everyone to realise their potential.

Pursuing Excellence: We combine a pioneering approach with innovative methods to drive excellence in all we do.

Socially Responsible: We are dedicated to public service and to improving lives within our communities.

Collaborative: We work in partnership, recognising the strengths of others

To discuss this role informally, please contact Professor Una Macleod, Dean Hull York Medical School or Professor Paul Hagan, Dean, Faculty of Health Sciences

For information about us visit www.

https: // www. imaging-research-centre-on-track-to-provide-pioneering-healthcare-treatment

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At Hull we are committed to equality of opportunity, diversity and inclusion at every level, because we believe a diverse workforce brings broader expertise, improved innovation and greater success for all.

Please note that we are unable to respond to enquiries, accept CVs or applications from Recruitment Agencies.


About the employer

The University of Hull is a top-50 ranked public university for research. The institution was established in 1927 as University College Hull. The Royal Charter of 1954 granted the institution an authority to award its own degrees to students. As...