The Robinson Institute’s 450 scientists and clinicians undertake transformational research in paediatric and reproductive health. It is a flagship Institute of the University of Adelaide, and is internationally renowned for research that focuses on the early stages of life to improve the health and wellbeing of children and families across generations.
In establishing a new Core Facility network the institute is seeking three Research Leaders at Levels B, C or D to build capability in biostatistics, bioinformatics and genomics.
Mammalian Gene Transfer Unit: This is an opportunity for a Research Leader with recognised expertise to further develop an established laboratory facilitating gene manipulation and transfer technology for a wide range of mammalian cell biology research projects. You will maintain and supervise a fully equipped PC2 laboratory to explore molecular and cellular processes in reproduction and provide technical expertise in viral and plasmid vector construction and gene transfer technologies. A track record of high calibre research, and use of gene transfer techniques in cell biology research applications is sought.