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Clinical Trial Officer (STAREE) - Brisbane
Monash University
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Job No.: 610852Location: Brisbane, QueenslandEmployment Type: Full-timeDuration: 12-month fixed-term appointmentRemuneration: $69,522 - $79,857 pa HEW Level 05 (plus 9.5% employer superannuation)...

Job No.: 610852

Location: Brisbane, Queensland

Employment Type: Full-time

Duration: 12-month fixed-term appointment

Remuneration: $69,522 - $79,857 pa HEW Level 05 (plus 9.5% employer superannuation)

  • Be inspired, every day
  • Take your career in exciting, rewarding directions
  • Be a part of an inclusive, collaborative community

There’s a certain feeling you get from working at Monash University. It’s the feeling that you’re a part of something special. Something significant. And that’s because you’re not just starting your career, or taking on a bigger challenge. You’re making a real contribution – surrounded by energetic, inspiring people who are driven to make a difference as well. Monash is a place where you’ll be able to develop your career in exciting, sometimes unexpected ways – putting you in the best possible position for a rewarding future.

About STAREE

STAREE (www.staree.org.au) is a double-blind, randomised primary prevention trial investigating whether daily active treatment of Atorvastatin versus placebo will enhance disability-free survival (death, dementia and disability) and prevent major cardiovascular outcomes in healthy participants aged 70 years and over. The trial is primarily funded by the National Health and Medical Research Council of Australia. 

The Opportunity

An exciting opportunity for a Clinical Trial Officer to join the ‘STAtins in Reducing Events in the Elderly’ (STAREE) clinical trial located in Brisbane.

The main responsibility of the Clinical Trial Officer will be directly supporting the STAREE principal investigators and project manager in all aspects of conduct and implementation of a clinical trial. The Clinical Trial Officer will also liaise with internal and external stakeholders, including physicians and nursing staff at general practices and/or hospitals and trial participants. Part of the role will be assisting the trial in an imaging sub-study at the Royal Brisbane Hospital.

About You

The ideal candidate will have a proven track record of having the ability to solve problems by using innovation and exercising diagnostic skills within areas of functional responsibility or professional expertise, have the ability to prioritise tasks in a busy environment and a high level of written and verbal communication skills and the ability to work independently as well as part of a team. You should enjoy travelling and be confident in approaching general practice clinics.

This position will involve travel to various locations, some of which are not easily accessible via public transport.

If this sounds like a position that suits your current career focus we look forward to hearing from you.

This role is a full-time position; however, flexible working arrangements may be negotiated.

At Monash University, we are committed to being a Child Safe organisation. Some positions at the University will require the incumbent to hold a valid Working with Children Check.

For instructions on how to apply, please refer to "How to apply for Monash Jobs".

Enquiries

Simone Spark, Senior Clinical Trial Coordinator, staree@monash.edu

Position Description

Clinical Trial Officer (STAREE) - Brisbane

Closing Date

Sunday 18 October 2020, 11:55pm AEDT

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QUT PhD Scholarships in Genomics and Computational Biology
Queensland University of Technology (QUT )
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Dr Shivashankar Nagaraj’s research group’s overall focus is on the development and application of bioinformatics approaches that utilize large amounts of data to solve problems in complex disease...

Dr Shivashankar Nagaraj’s research group’s overall focus is on the development and application of bioinformatics approaches that utilize large amounts of data to solve problems in complex diseases including cancer.

We take a holistic approach, integrating Indigenous Health research and training with outreach programs in an effort to ensure that our work guarantees access to high-quality healthcare for all.

Specifically, we develop computational approaches for the large-scale integrative analysis of Omic biological datasets pertaining to three related human health disciplines.

Indigenous Health 

Our studies aim to define the genetic architecture of these Indigenous populations and the association between these genetic factors and the incidence of serious chronic diseases, thereby helping to develop a precision medicine approach that will enable accurate diagnosis and inform targeted treatment efforts.

Transfusion Medicine

We are developing a new algorithm that will guide pre-transfusion compatibility testing and thereby improve the safety of blood transfusions. This Next-Generation Sequencing-based algorithm is scalable and can be customized for any population. This research has important implications for the fields of Indigenous Health, Oncology, and Organ transplantation.

Cancer 

We apply Artificial Intelligence (AI) approaches to improve patient outcomes, leveraging multi-omic datasets (e.g. Epithelial to Mesenchymal Transition (EMT), determine the tissue of origin for cancers of unknown primary (CUP)).

Nagaraj lab research group is a part of the newly formed Centre for Genomics and Personalized Health (http://www.qut.edu.au/research/centre-for-genomics) and is a within the Schools of Biomedical Sciences(https://www.qut.edu.au/health/schools/school-of-biomedical-sciences).

Nagaraj lab is recruiting PhD candidates to perform cutting-edge Genomics research at QUT.

The student in this will be trained both computational, Clinical and experimental aspects of this project. There is also strong emphasis on communication, leadership skills and attendance to national and international conference within the group for highest level of exposure to HDR students.

Life expectancy of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians is much lower than other Australians, in part due to an apparent genetic predisposition to chronic diseases. Better understanding of this genetic contribution has the potential to improve early detection and target prevention strategies. This project will use whole genome sequencing (WGS) to define the genetic architecture of the Indigenous Australians and its association to serious chronic diseases, helping to develop a precision medicine approach that will enable accurate diagnosis and inform targeted treatments.

This project builds on the most comprehensive chronic disease profiling performed in any Indigenous community, the longest follow-up, treatment and prevention trials, and documentation of endpoints. The PhD research work could ultimately lead to development of tests for early detection of chronic disease, to protocols of personalised management, and ultimately, better health outcomes for Indigenous Australians.

Project 1: Genomic architecture of chronic disease in Australia’s First Peoples

The overall goal of this project is to understand the landscape of Indigenous genomes and define its architecture using

nearly 500 whole genomes from Australia’s First Peoples. The student will be trained in analysis if next-generation sequence datasets including copy number variation and analysis of variants using ACMG guidelines. The project will create a global variant map and study the association of variants to chronic diseases. Functional validation experimental analysis of the effects of protein variants identified may be undertaken through collaboration with experimental biologists.

Project 2: Deep learning and integration of clinical datasets with Indigenous genomic datasets

The proposed research aims to use advanced data analytics such as AI for integration of clinical and Indigenous genomic datasets. Given the complex nature of the chronic diseases, advanced Machine Learning methods will allow accurate modelling of genotypic interactions with disease phenotypes. These models can generate individual risk scores, stratifying individuals and guiding preventative intervention efforts. An individual’s polygenic risk score can be compared with others to yield odds ratios (OR), indicating relative disease risk based solely on genotypes, which could translate into screening and therapeutic applications.

The scholarships

Two scholarships are available.

  1. QUT Scholarship: candidates will receive a tax-exempt living allowance of $28,092 per annum for three years, with an additional top-up of up to $5,000 per annum considered for excellent candidates.
  2. Faculty Scholarship: candidates will receive a tax-exempt living allowance of $28,092 per annum for three years, with an additional top-up of up to $5,000 per annum considered for excellent candidates.

Eligibility

Our ideal candidates hold a MSc or equivalent in a relevant discipline (e.g. Bioinformatics, Statistics, Computer Science, Data Science, Genomics, Clinical Genomics) with strong analytical and programming skills. Excellent oral and written communication skills, motivation and the ability to work as part of a team is also required. Candidates must also meet the academic eligibility requirements for admission to the PhD.

Desirable:

  • Experience in various high-performance computing (HPC) clusters
  • Exposure to Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning

QUT and the School are committed to equity and diversity among our staff and students and we actively encourage applications from those who bring diversity to the university. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students are strongly encouraged to apply.

Your application

Your application must be submitted to Dr Shivashankar Nagaraj at shiv.nagaraj@qut.edu.au and must include:

  • a cover letter
  • curriculum vitae
  • a brief summary of your research experience (one page)
  • details of two referees.

Application closing date and time

Applications close 11:59pm AEST, Wednesday 28 October 2020.

Further information

For additional information please contact Dr Shivashankar Nagaraj at shiv.nagaraj@qut.edu.au

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Research Assistant (Anaesthesia)
The University of Queensland
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Queensland Brain InstituteThe Queensland Brain Institute (QBI) was established in 2003 on the St Lucia campus of UQ, and is home to more than 450 staff and students, including 41 Group Leaders. T...

Queensland Brain Institute

The Queensland Brain Institute (QBI) was established in 2003 on the St Lucia campus of UQ, and is home to more than 450 staff and students, including 41 Group Leaders. The researchers work to understand the development, organisation and function of the brain. This is done by exploring the neural circuits in the brain, how information is processed in these circuits, how their function results in behavioural outcomes, and how dysfunction of these circuits leads to disorders such as dementia, stroke, motor neurone disease, Parkinson’s disease, anxiety and depression, and schizophrenia.  Ultimately, researchers aim to develop novel therapeutic approaches to treat disorders of neural function, and to improve learning in classrooms and in the workplace.

Over the past decade QBI has become known as a world-leading neuroscience research institute. It played a key role in contributing to UQ attaining the highest possible score of 5 for neuroscience, in all four of the Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA) reviews (in 2010, 2012, 2015 and 2018), one of only two universities in Australia to achieve this.

Details of the Institute may be accessed from the website: www.qbi.uq.edu.au.

About This Opportunity

We are seeking a Research Assistant to join our collaborative team conducting pre-clinical studies using small molecules and adeno-associated viral vectors in mouse models of motor neuron disease and frontotemporal dementia. Your primary responsibilities will be to perform drug delivery, surgery, behavioural assessments, tissue collections and tissue processing using mouse models of neurodegenerative disease, and to undertake administrative duties such as animal ethics organisation and data base entry. The applicant will be also be involved in research projects using immunoblotting, immunohistochemistry, qPCR and microscopy, in collaboration with PhD students and postdoctoral researchers. You will work both independently and cooperatively, with access to a dedicated support network and superb neuroscience research facilities, to contribute to important discoveries.

As the Research Assistant your duties will include, but are not limited to; general lab maintenance and managing our Drosophila quarantine facility, preparing fly brains for anaesthesia and optogenetic experiments, biochemistry and molecular biology experiments and working on the Drosophila melanogaster model for general anaesthesia.

This position is located at our picturesque St Lucia campus, renowned as one of Australia’s most attractive university campuses, and located just 7km from Brisbane’s city centre.

Our Ideal Candidate

You will hold a BSc (Hons) or equivalent and have the ability follow strict guidelines for running a Quarantine Approved Premise. You will have knowledge of a research environment and methodology, statistical methods and relevant software implementations. The ability to work independently and meet deadlines while working on multi-tasks experiments; use self-motivation, independent thinking and systematic problem solving to achieve research goals is essential. You will be highly organised, with excellent attention to detail and the ability to communicate effectively to a range of stakeholders. The following attributes and skills are highly desirable and include:

  • Experience and or knowledge in Drosophila melanogaster genetics and behavioural analyses
  • Experience in pharmacology
  • Experience in or knowledge of molecular biology techniques, including cloning and PCR
  • Experience in or knowledge of gel electrophoresis, western blotting, cell culture and immunoprecipitation techniques

You must have ongoing unrestricted work rights in Australia to apply for this opportunity.

We value diversity and inclusion, and actively encourage applications from those who bring diversity to the University. Our Diversity and Inclusion webpage contains further information if you require additional support. Accessibility requirements and/or adjustments can be directed to recruitment@uq.edu.au.

What We Can Offer

This is a full-time, fixed term position for up to 12 months at HEW level 5.

The full-time equivalent base salary will be in the range $69,408 - $86,724 plus super of up to 17%. The total FTE package will be in the range $81,724 - $92,442.

You will be able to take advantage of UQ Sport Facilities, recreation leave loading (of 17.5%), salary sacrificing options, on-campus childcare, discounted private health insurance, cheap parking, development programs and many other benefits.

For further information, please review The University of Queensland's Enterprise Bargaining Agreement 2018-2021.

Position Description

511465_Research Assistant_Anaesthesia_PD.pdf

Questions?

To discuss this role please contact Associate Professor Bruno van Swinderen [link removed].

For application queries, please contact recruitment@uq.edu.au stating the job number in the subject line.

Want to Apply?

To submit an application for this role, use the apply button. All applicants must supply the following documents:

  • Cover letter addressing key selection criteria
  • Resume

To satisfy pre-requisite questions and ensure your application can be considered in full, all candidates must apply via the UQCareers portal by the job closing deadline. Applications received via other channels including direct email will not be accepted.

Applications Close: 16 October 2020 at 11:00 pm AEST

UQ Careers: 511465

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Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Biomedical/Bioelectronics
The University of Queensland
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The School of Agriculture and Food SciencesThe School of Agriculture and Food Sciences is part of the Faculty of Science and is located at UQ’s St Lucia and Gatton campuses. It is one of the larg...

The School of Agriculture and Food Sciences

The School of Agriculture and Food Sciences is part of the Faculty of Science and is located at UQ’s St Lucia and Gatton campuses. It is one of the largest schools of its type in Australia, comprising research and teaching experts in agribusiness and rural development; animal, equine and wildlife science; plant and soil sciences; and food science and technology. The School contributes to UQ’s high standing as one of the world’s top 20 universities for agricultural sciences and Australia’s leading agriculture institution.

The School is a dynamic multidisciplinary hub, maintaining strong partnerships with industry, government and community, and integrating fundamental and applied research to find innovative and technology-focused solutions to global challenges. It teaches into a high number of undergraduate, postgraduate coursework and higher degree by research degree programs that encompass agriculture and related disciplines.

Staff and students have access to UQ's world-class facilities, including the Food Science Innovation Precinct, which comprises laboratories for food grading and chemical and microbiological analysis, as well as the Queensland Animal Science Precinct and equine and poultry research units.

The School’s diverse research expertise covers:

  • Agribusiness and rural development: researchers investigate issues and emerging opportunities in industry and market development, agricultural development and food security, natural resource management, and rural community development. Focus areas include agribusiness, agricultural economics, resource economics, community development and systems analysis;
  • Animal, equine and wildlife science: working with production animals (livestock and poultry), horses and wildlife, experts seek to address major contemporary issues such as sustainability, animal welfare, biodiversity, climate change and food/feed security;
  • Food science and technology: colleagues aim to improve the taste, quality, appearance, nutritional value and safety of food, and ultimately to help enhance global health outcomes and economic benefits. They are affiliated with the UQ Queensland Alliance for Agriculture and Food Innovation’s Centre for Nutrition and Food Sciences and focus on food materials science and engineering, food microbiology, genomics, food sensory science, food chemistry and physical properties, and nutrition;
  • Plant and soil sciences: aiming to develop cross-disciplinary solutions to the challenge of increasing food production while improving environmental outcomes, research activities span fundamental science that underpins innovation through to pragmatic field-based research that directly informs end-users and policy-makers.

For more information, visit the School of Agriculture and Food Sciences website: agriculture.uq.edu.au.

About This Opportunity            

This position will work on an NHMRC grant investigating breastmilk pasteurisation by nanosecond pulsed electric field. This project involves a multidisciplinary team of CIs from UQ’s School of Pharmacy and School of School of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering and a PhD student. Our project is aimed at exploring the use of novel nanosecond pulsed power technology to make a safe 'bioactive' donor breastmilk to improve care of vulnerable preterm infants in NICU. This study will lead to the development of suitable processing conditions that preserve the important biomolecules in donor-EBM while conforming to regulatory levels of bacterial reduction and elimination of milk pathogens. Under this project, the CIs are seeking a post-doctoral fellow who will be largely involved in investigating the fundamental changes that happen in the properties and structure of microbial cells and food matrices under the effect of pulsed electric field.

This position is located at our picturesque St Lucia campus, renowned as one of Australia’s most attractive university campuses, and located just 7km from Brisbane’s city centre. Bounded by the Brisbane River on three sides, and with outstanding public transport connections, our 114-hectare site provides a perfect work environment – you can enjoy the best of both worlds: a vibrant campus with the tradition of an established university.

For US applicants, please note that Australian Universities use British terminology, as such a Lecturer (Level B) position is equivalent to that of an Assistant Professor position in the US.

Our Ideal Candidate

We are searching for a research scientist to undertake cell modelling, design and develop a dynamic PEF treatment system and pulse generator using appropriate modelling software, as well as assist in the co-ordination the research team, to ensure projects meet their objectives.

You must have ongoing unrestricted work rights in Australia to apply for this opportunity.

We value diversity and inclusion, and actively encourage applications from those who bring diversity to the University. Our Diversity and Inclusion webpage contains further information if you require additional support. Accessibility requirements and/or adjustments can be directed to recruitment@uq.edu.au.

What We Can Offer

This is a full-time, fixed term position for 2 years at Academic Level A.

The full-time equivalent base salary will be in the range $69,342- $92,782, plus super of up to 17%.

You will be able to take advantage of UQ Sport Facilities, salary sacrificing options, on-campus childcare, discounted private health insurance, cheap parking, development programs and many other benefits.

For further information, please review The University of Queensland's Enterprise Bargaining Agreement 2018-2021.

Position Description

PD_Postdoctoral Research Fellow_511059.pdf

Questions?

To discuss this role please contact Dr Nidhi Bansal, email; n.bansal@uq.edu.au

Want to Apply?

To submit an application for this role, use the APPLY NOW button below. All applicants must supply the following documents:

  • Cover letter
  • Resume
  • Responses to the Selection Criteria

Applications close: 18 October 2020, 11:00pm (AEST)

UQ Careers #511059

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Research Assistant (Mouse Model Studies)
The University of Queensland
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Queensland Brain InstituteThe Queensland Brain Institute (QBI) was established in 2003 on the St Lucia campus of UQ, and is home to more than 450 staff and students, including 41 Group Leaders. T...

Queensland Brain Institute

The Queensland Brain Institute (QBI) was established in 2003 on the St Lucia campus of UQ, and is home to more than 450 staff and students, including 41 Group Leaders. The researchers work to understand the development, organisation and function of the brain. This is done by exploring the neural circuits in the brain, how information is processed in these circuits, how their function results in behavioural outcomes, and how dysfunction of these circuits leads to disorders such as dementia, stroke, motor neurone disease, Parkinson’s disease, anxiety and depression, and schizophrenia.  Ultimately, researchers aim to develop novel therapeutic approaches to treat disorders of neural function, and to improve learning in classrooms and in the workplace.

Over the past decade QBI has become known as a world-leading neuroscience research institute. It played a key role in contributing to UQ attaining the highest possible score of 5 for neuroscience, in all four of the Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA) reviews (in 2010, 2012, 2015 and 2018), one of only two universities in Australia to achieve this.

Details of the Institute may be accessed from the website: www.qbi.uq.edu.au.

About This Opportunity

We are seeking a Research Assistant to join our collaborative team conducting pre-clinical studies using small molecules and adeno-associated viral vectors in mouse models of ALS/MND and FTD. Your primary responsibilities will be to perform drug delivery, surgery, behavioural assessments, tissue collections and tissue processing using mouse models of neurodegenerative disease, and to undertake administrative duties such as animal ethics organisation and data base entry. The applicant will be also be involved in research projects using immunoblotting, immunohistochemistry, qPCR and microscopy, in collaboration with PhD students and postdoctoral researchers. You will work both independently and cooperatively, with access to a dedicated support network and superb neuroscience research facilities, to contribute to important discoveries.

This position is located at our picturesque St Lucia campus, renowned as one of Australia’s most attractive university campuses, and located just 7km from Brisbane’s city centre.

Our Ideal Candidate

You will have expertise in mouse handling, drug administration, motor behaviour testing, perfusion, tissue collection (including brain and spinal cord dissection) and hold a Bachelor of Science (Honours) or have an equivalent combination of relevant research experience and/or education/training. Experience with brain tissue sectioning, immunohistochemistry, fluorescence microscopy and image analysis is essential. You will be a self-motivated, independent thinker with enthusiasm to achieve research goals and the capacity to work effectively both without direct supervision and as part of a team. You will be highly organised, with great attention to detail and the ability to work independently and to multi-task experiments while meeting timelines. Experience in the use of mouse models of neurodegenerative disease and/or experience in neuronal cell culture and biochemistry techniques would be highly desirable.

You must have ongoing unrestricted work rights in Australia to apply for this opportunity.

It is a condition of employment for this role that you will be required to provide evidence of immunisation against certain vaccine preventable diseases.

We value diversity and inclusion, and actively encourage applications from those who bring diversity to the University. Our Diversity and Inclusion webpage contains further information if you require additional support. Accessibility requirements and/or adjustments can be directed to recruitment@uq.edu.au.

What We Can Offer

This is a fixed term position for up to 12 months at HEW level 5. This role is a full-time position; however part time (≥0.6FTE) and flexible working arrangements may be negotiated.

The full-time equivalent base salary will be in the range $69,408 - $86,724 plus super of up to 17%. The total FTE package will be in the range $81,724 - $92,442.

You will be able to take advantage of UQ Sport Facilities, recreation leave loading (of 17.5%), salary sacrificing options, on-campus childcare, discounted private health insurance, cheap parking, development programs and many other benefits.

For further information, please review The University of Queensland's Enterprise Bargaining Agreement 2018-2021.

Position Description

511449_Research Assistant_PD.pdf

Questions?

To discuss this role please contact Dr Adam Walker [link removed].

For application queries, please contact recruitment@uq.edu.au stating the job number in the subject line.

Want to Apply?

To submit an application for this role, use the apply button. All applicants must supply the following documents:

  • Cover letter addressing key selection criteria
  • Resume

To satisfy pre-requisite questions and ensure your application can be considered in full, all candidates must apply via the UQJobs portal by the job closing deadline. Applications received via other channels including direct email will not be accepted.

Applications Close: 18 October 2020 at 11:00 pm AEST

UQ Careers: 511499

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