Anne McLaren and Nottingham Research fellowships: apply now to develop your research career

July 31st, 2019

Nottingham Fellowships are recruiting 100 Nottingham and Anne McLaren Research Fellows.

These prestigious fellowships bring world-class talent to the University and offer outstanding people already here the opportunity to develop their career.

These schemes are a fundamental part of the University’s mission for the delivery of exceptional research that changes lives in the UK and across the world.

The fellowships offer:

  • a prestigious first step into an independent research career
  • three years’ independent research funding
  • a role linked to a permanent academic position at the University

Professor Dame Jessica Corner, Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Research and Knowledge Exchange, said: “Our highly competitive fellowship schemes are bringing exceptional talent to the University from renowned research institutions such as Oxford and Cambridge, Aalto University, Finland; University of Wurzburg, Germany; McMaster University, Ontario, and Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Anne McLaren Research Fellow Dr Helen Russell has re-joined the School of Physics and Astronomy, bringing her Science and Technology Facilities Council Rutherford fellowship from the University of Cambridge.

“We’re also delighted that researchers already at the University are successfully applying to these schemes and choosing to build their careers at Nottingham, which supports our mission of retaining as well as attracting world-class people.

“Colleagues from across the University mentor inspirational researchers who are considering important next steps in their career.

“I would ask them to share details of Nottingham and Anne McLaren Research Fellowships, and support early career researchers who are looking to seize these fantastic opportunities.”

Further information is available on the Nottingham Fellowships website.

To apply, please register your interest by 22 August 2019 via the relevant school/faculty vacancy.

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