J Jankowski



Janusz Jankowski has trained in Universities in Glasgow, Dundee, London, San Francisco, Birmingham, Leicester, Oxford, and Cambridge. He is an expert in Academic Management and Clinical Research working across the NHS, Government and University interface. In previous posts he had a secondment as the Deputy Vice Chancellor, Research & Innovation at the Royal College of Surgeons Ireland, a top rated National and International Medical and Health Sciences University. Prior to this he was the Pro Vice Chancellor Research (STEM and Humanities) & Professor of Medicine across the University of Central Lancashire, UK. Before this Janusz was the Associate Dean to the Peninsula Schools of Medicine and Dentistry helping make it top in the National UK Research Excellence Framework for Quality outputs in Clinical Medicine 2014. From 2004-2012 he was the Sir James Black Senior Fellow and Co-Director at the University of Oxford forging key Academic-Industry Alliances. Over 20 years he has secured ~£35m (£12m personally held) in grants and helped secure £70m in infrastructure bids. He has >200 highly cited papers including Nature Genetics (h-index 65+, 2000+ citations/year and was the top published UK Gastroenterologist in 2012, (mock Research Excellence Framework rank is 4* - World Class)). He has delivered Research Leadership across diverse Faculties, ~1000 'Research' Staff including 5 Deans, 20 Heads of School). This expertise includes oversight of the following; 1. the Schools of Business, Law and Applied Social Sciences, 2. Schools of Medicine, Dentistry, Clinical and Biomedical Sciences, 3. Schools of Nursing, Health and Wellbeing, 4. Schools of Art, Humanities, Culture and Creative Industries and 5. Schools of Science, Psychology and Technology. He previously delivered Leadership at various levels in Plymouth; Executive - (200+ Research staff including 3 Heads of School, 1 Institute Director and 3 Centre Leads), Undergraduate - 1,300 students (Medical 430, Dental 320 and Biomedical 540) and wider still to various Peninsula wide NHS/Research Partnerships - 2.3M population. These roles in the three Schools of Medicine, Dentistry and Biomedicine and wider afoot include Research Strategy, Academic Recruitment/Disinvestment, Capital build £11m, Budget setting (£8.3m/year), Line Management, Lead of Research Excellence Framework, mentoring, intercalated degrees, student teaching, membership of the Academic Board, Graduate Committee, Research Committee, Chair Cross Faculty Health Group, PenCTU Board, CLAHRC Board and member of the Royal College of Physicians Research committee.

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