Lee Kong Chian School Of Medicine (NTU)
The Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine, a partnership between Nanyang Technological University (NTU) and Imperial College London, will train a generation of doctors who will put patients at the centre of their exemplary medical care. Graduates of the five-year undergraduate medical degree programme that begins in 2013 will have a strong understanding of the scientific basis of medicine, along with interdisciplinary subjects including business management, humanities and technology.
The School’s primary clinical partner is the National Healthcare Group, a leader in public healthcare recognised for the quality of its medical expertise, facilities and teaching. The School, named after local philanthropist Tan Sri Dato Lee Kong Chian, aims to be a future model for innovative medical education. Its first doctors will graduate in 2018 with a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS), awarded jointly by NTU and Imperial College London, and become doctors who will enhance Singapore’s healthcare in the decades to come.
Professor of Neuroscience and Mental Health
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The School’s research strategy is based on four key disease themes in Metabolic Disorders, Infection and Immunity, Neuroscience and Mental Health, and Dermatology and Skin Biology, with cross-cutting themes in Genome Stability, Developmental and Regenerative Biology, Population and Global Health and Primary Care research , providing potential for synergistic interdisciplinary research with top-class research and healthcare institutes.
The School now invites applicants with an international reputation in both research and education in Neuroscience and Mental Health to apply for the position, which will be based full-time in Singapore. This is an exciting opportunity to contribute to the development of research and teaching in an innovative new medical school in a globally vibrant environment. The appointee is expected to undertake internationally competitive research in neuroscience and mental health including mental disorders. Reporting to Vice-Dean Research, the appointee is also expected to undertake teaching and educational responsibilities for the training of medical students and postgraduate research students.
Interested applicants are invited to apply to Ms Lydia Tan, Director, Human Resources, for the above position with a detailed resume.
Only shortlisted candidates will be notified.
Closing date: 15 April 2017