Crick Early Career Group Leaders
It’s an exciting time to join us. The Faculty of Natural & Mathematical Sciences in King’s College London is embarking on a period of ambitious growth, supported by significant university investment, which aims to build upon our current strengths, to deliver world class research, education and innovation.
This applies to our core areas of mathematics, physics, chemistry, computer science, telecommunications, robotics, bioinformatics and biomedical engineering, as well as expansion into broader engineering and other areas that complement our current portfolio.
As part of this, the Faculty is seeking to recruit, in collaboration with the Francis Crick Institute, outstanding researchers in Chemistry, Informatics, Mathematics and Physics whose research lies at the interface with biomedical sciences. This builds on a strong commitment and tradition within King’s College London for multi-disciplinary and inter-disciplinary research, which lies at the heart of the university’s research strategy.
Further information about King's College London is available on the About Us pages. In particular, King's is a major centre for biomedicine, with King’s Health Partners (KHP) one five Academic Health Science Centres in the UK, providing a strong pathway to impact for research at the physical-life sciences interface. King's is one of the three university partners of the Francis Crick Institute.
The Faculty of Natural & Mathematical Sciences comprises the Departments of Chemistry, Informatics, Mathematics and Physics. All areas have highly-rated research activities and the Faculty offers a wide-ranging portfolio of undergraduate, postgraduate taught and PhD programmes. Our work crosses traditional subject boundaries creating cutting-edge research that provides opportunities to engage in multidisciplinary activities across the university.
For further information about each of Departments, please visit their webpages below, or for an informal discussion please email the following contacts.
Please see the job pack (right) for information about the Departments, the Crick Early Career Group Leader recruitment in the Physical Sciences, and King’s College London.
Further recruitment information is available on the Francis Crick Institute website.