Winning a prestigious research council, European or charity-funded postdoctoral fellowship provides an excellent start to an academic career. The University of Kent is keen to support well-qualified postdoctoral researchers, from the UK and overseas, who wish to develop their career through a fellowship at Kent. The University offers state-of the art research facilities on its Canterbury and Medway campuses and is committed to developing its research fellows into the academics of the future, through its highly popular Early Career Researcher Network and Grants Factory programmes.
The Faculty of Sciences research staff includes three current and ten previous postdoctoral fellows and we wish to increase this number. Fellows would receive a minimum annual salary of £31,400, increasing upon experience, plus benefits.
There are a number of fellowship schemes offered with deadlines throughout the year. Some of the largest schemes are:
- BBSRC David Phillips fellowships
- Daphne Jackson Fellowships
- Dorothy Hodgkin Fellowships
- EMBO Long-term fellowships
- EPSRC postdoctoral fellowships
- European Research Council
- Leverhulme Early Career Fellowship
- Lindemann Trust Fellowships
- Marie Curie European and Global fellowships
- MRC career development award
- Newton International fellowhips
- Royal Astronomical Society Fellowships
- Royal Society University Research Fellowships
- STFC Ernst Rutherford fellowship
- UK Space Agency AURORA fellowships
- Wellcome Trust Research Career Development fellowship
- Wellcome Trust Sir Henry Dale Fellowship
All fellowships applications must be made with a mentor, who is a permanent academic member of staff at the University of Kent and with the full backing of the school. Please contact email@example.com with any queries.