Lord Kelvin Adam Smith Research Fellowships

Applications are now open for the University of Glasgow’s LKAS Fully Funded Research Fellowships.

The University of Glasgow is growing its global reputation for world-changing research. As part of our investment in research excellence we are recruiting Lord Kelvin Adam Smith Research Fellows to enrich our community and are inviting applications from researchers with the talent and ambition to become our future research leaders. 

Fully Funded Fellowships 

Fellowships are available in the following research areas: 

College of Arts: two Fellowships
  • Music Industries/Popular Music Studies 
  • Classics: Ancient Science & Technology
College of Medical, Veterinary and Life Sciences: two Fellowships
  • From Pharmacology to Behaviour: Analysis of Neurotransmitter Signalling 
  • The Role & Therapeutic Potential of the Malarial Kinome
College of Science and Engineering: two Fellowship
  • Nanotechnology & Quantum
  • Energy & Environment
  • Instrumentation, Sensors & Imaging
  • Data Analysis
  • Autonomous Systems
  • Intelligent Medicine & Healthcare
College of Social Sciences: up to six Fellowships
  • Global Security, Risk and Resilience
  • Health, Wellbeing & Social Care
  • Regulation & Competition
  • Social Justice, Equity & Change
  • Social, Economic & Legislative Transformations
  • Responsible Innovation, Sustainability & Consumption

Each of these themes can be pursued within or between any of the Schools in the College (Adam Smith Business School, Education, Interdisciplinary Studies, Law, Social and Political Sciences and the Institute of Health and Wellbeing).

Leadership Fellowships

We also offer generous funding incentives to researchers with a track-record of excellence in any discipline who are applying for an externally funded Fellowship to conduct research at the University of Glasgow, or who would like to bring an existing externally funded Fellowship to the University.

Fellows will be part of an existing network of Research Fellows and will receive both mentorship and career development support.

For more information on the LKAS Research Fellowships and information on how to attract high calibre Fellows to the University, visit Lord Kelvin Adam Smith Research Fellows or contact Kristy.Bremner@glasgow.ac.uk

First published: 22 March 2016

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