Natalie Kate Moss Research Fellowship in Brain Haemorrhage

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Closing Date
8 Nov 2021
£33,309 to £40,927 per annum
University of Manchester
3.5 years

Applications are invited for the Natalie Kate Moss (NKM) Research Fellowship in Brain Haemorrhage, aimed at an outstanding scientist at an early stage in their academic career (i.e. within seven years of PhD submission). The NKM Fellow should show a high level of drive and ambition in their ideas relating to the study of brain haemorrhage.

Working within the newly established Geoffrey Jefferson Brain Research Centre ( the NKM Fellow will benefit from a vibrant and inspiring environment to pursue outstanding research. The NKM Fellow will be mentored and given all appropriate assistance in winning external funding and awards.

The NKM Fellow will receive full-time salary for 3.5 years, £100k research support costs, immediate co-supervision of a PhD student (dependent on experience) and access to key technology platforms. The post is available from 1st February 2022.