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Len Mullenger byx900 at coventry.ac.uk
Tue Jul 2 05:30:55 EST 1996

                     COVENTRY UNIVERSITY

1) Senior Lecturer/Lecturer in Human Physiology/Sports Nutrition
                  (Ref: A51/96)
2) Senior Lecturer/Lecturer in Neuropharmacology/Physiology
                  (Ref: A50/96)
         Salary: Sterling 13,836 - 21,840/21,108 - 26,931

The School of Natural and Environmental Sciences is building a strong 
base of excellence in human physiology, pharmacology and sports science 
and you could have an important contribution to make to the future 
development of this expanding subject area.

As part of the Biosciences Group, you will be actively involved in both 
the teaching and development of degree education and you will welcome 
the challenge of adding to our reputation through an open research brief.

A skilled communicator, you will have a first degree in physiology, 
pharmacology or related topic and a research degree in an appropriate 
area. You will also ideally have some teaching/student contact and be 
committed to teamwork as the best way to achieve mutual goals.

For further details and application forms please telephone the Personnel 
Department on 01203 838120 Monday to Friday (answerphone available outside 
office hours)
Minicom 01203 838100
e-mail: per006 at coventry.ac.uk
or write enclosing a large self addressed envelope to:
Personnel Department, Coventry University, Priory Street, Coventry CV1 5FB.

Closing Date: Tuesday 16th July 1996

We would particularly welcome applications from black/ethnic minority 
groups and people with disabilities who are under-represented in the 

This is a copy of the advert in the National Press. If you decide to 
apply as a result of reading this internet posting would you mind sending 
a mail to me as well so we can measure the effectiveness of this style of 

You might like to visit the following URL:
Coventry University:  http://www.cov.ac.uk
and follow the links to NES, Biophoenix and Biolink to learn more about 
our activities
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Bioscience                                   *  Biological Sciences      *
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