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University of Liverpool Research Fellowships

The University of Liverpool’s Vice Chancellor Tim Jones has announced a new University Research Fellowship scheme that aims to recruit 50 new tenure track fellows over the next five years to further enhance world-class research potential at Liverpool.

As part of Strategy 2031, which will take the University to its 150th anniversary, the new fellowships will develop the next generation of research leaders across a broad and diverse range of subjects in an inclusive and collaborative environment.

To complement existing discipline specific fellowships already in place at the University, this new scheme will be open to applicants working in any research field, including those who have post-doctoral experience outside academia.  The Fellowships aim to recruit individuals from a wide range of backgrounds who have demonstrated excellence in research or innovation in their post-doctoral career to date, and have a clear vision for the excellence and importance of their proposed research across the five years of the Fellowship.

Applications are encouraged from within the University as well as externally, including those coming from overseas.  Career development support will be provided by The Academy, and a permanent academic post will be available when the Fellowship comes to an end, subject to specific requirements being met.

Vice Chancellor Tim Jones said“Our new fellowship scheme will unlock world-class research potential for the future and support our strategic ambitions for where we intend to be as an institution in 2031.  We want to reinforce our position as a world-leading, research intensive University and attract the brightest and best of the next generation of researchers to undertake their world-changing discoveries here in Liverpool.”

Pro Vice Chancellor for Research and Impact Professor Anthony Hollander said“We are keen to attract excellent future research leaders from diverse backgrounds with bold ideas for research and innovation. We know that at Liverpool our research culture and world–class facilities provide the ideal environment for original thinking to thrive, and these new fellowships will support tomorrow’s major research breakthroughs.”

The Fellowship scheme opened on Monday 24 July 2023 and will close for the initial round of applications on 1 October 2023. 

Candidates interested in applying for a Fellowship in the Department of Chemistry please see these webpages for further details: and and contact the relevant research cluster leader and Head of Department