The number of women in academic leadership roles is growing slowly. Whilst this is good news, could more be done to encourage women leaders in academia? We believe so. But how? As the number of women decreases at every stage of the academic scale (Parker et al 2018)  the underrepresentation of women in senior…>
Although interviews can be daunting experiences for many, the process offers great opportunities for you to get to know potential employers and make a positive impression. By preparing and asking some strategic questions, you will collate the information you need in order to make the decision if this is the right professional move while coming across as keen and committed.
The second-largest area for health and medical jobs advertised here on jobs.ac.uk (after medicine and dentistry), you will find is anatomy, physiology and pathology research roles.
Here we take an in-depth look at some of the academic jobs in Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology, the qualifications you would need and opportunities for career progression. Lecturers and teachers in Anatomy Physiology and Pathology come from a diverse range of scientific and medical backgrounds. You may be a qualified doctor who is interested in…>
Here we look at some of the senior-level academic roles available in anatomy, physiology and pathology, the qualifications and experience required and opportunities for career progression.
What is the purpose of a CV? When I ask this question, people usually look at me a bit perplexed. To showcase my skills and qualifications or to prove I can do the job is the typical response.
Here we take an in-depth look at three senior academic roles in pharmacology, toxicology and pharmacy, the qualifications and experience you need and the opportunities for career progression.
Applications to pharmacology, toxicology and pharmacy degrees have seen an increase in recent years, with higher education being at the forefront of the discovery of new drugs and treatments which meet the complex health challenges of the 21st century.
If you’re looking to use your PhD in pharmacology, toxicology or pharmacy as a route into an academic research career, there are a wide range of multi-disciplinary opportunities available.
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If you are exploring career options in higher education, the following article will help you understand the types of academic jobs, expectations of employers, and skills you would need to develop.