Urgent Medical Humanities Fellowship
The University of Plymouth is looking to recruit two early careers researchers for the following National Productivity Investment Fund Creative Economy Fellowships:
Towards a Science of Heritage (Partner: Victoria & Albert Museum, Mentors Professor James Daybell & Professor Eduardo Miranda)
Immersive environments and serious play: New initiatives for patient-practitioner interaction (Partner: Plymouth Hospitals NHS Trust, Mentors: Dr Joanne ‘Bob’ Whalley & Dr Sam Regan de Bere).
These fellowships are a follow on from our successful bid for the 12 NPIF PhD studentships, which were launched this autumn, we are delighted to have been awarded funding for 6 Creative Economy Engagement Fellowships under the next phase of the scheme.
Full details are available at:
Application deadline: 5pm, Thursday 16th November
Notification of Shortlisted Candidates: 23rd November 2017
Interviews: Thursday 30th November 2017
Start date: 1st January 2018
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