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Post Doctoral Research Fellow, Biostatistics, Brisbane

  • Inner city location
  • Well regarded Institute with strong research links
  • 1 year fixed term, strong likelihood of renewal.

Our client is an independent, not-for-profit medical research organisation located in an inner suburb of Brisbane and attached to a highly regarded private hospital. This position has been created to provide Biostatistical support to a range of investigator initiated and sponsor driven research projects.

This person will be the main contact for the Institute on biostatistical matters and responsibilities will include:

  • provision of assistance with experimental design and feasibility of proposed studies
  • provision of expert support in the statistical analysis of studies
  • contribution to grant preparation and submission and the publication of results
  • presentations at seminars and conferences
  • use of and contribution to the systems used for the management of biostatistical data
  • participation in the review and amendment of Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs)


A PhD plus up to 3 years experience in the design and analysis of clinical studies is required.  We are looking for a self-motivated and independent person who is able to liaise with stakeholders with varying statistical knowledge - thus your communication and interpersonal skills will be excellent.  You will be keen to operate with autonomy as an integral part of a multidisciplinary team and able to respond with flexibility to changing situations.

A valid driver's licence is essential.

For more information, please contact Melinda Barton on 0409 669 855 or send your application to

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