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« Bioinformatician - Monash Bioinformatics Platform | Main | SIB PhD Fellowship programme – Call for applications 2014 »
Wednesday
Nov122014

Postdoctoral Research Fellow

The Health Group at Griffith University is one of the largest Academic health groups in the Australian University sector. With eight schools across five campuses it is a leader in health education and research in South East Queensland.

The Mucosal Immunology Research Group in the Griffith Health Institute conducts research focusing on the role of the mucosal immune system in chronic and infectious disease. Given that the mucosal immune system interfaces with the microbiota and is linked to the neuroendocrine and metabolic systems, the Mucosal Immunology Research Group collaborates with a number of leading research groups in its projects.

This is a fixed term (five years), full time position based at the Gold Coast campus.

The role:
As a member of our research team you will undertake research in the area of computational immunology, develop and implement methods to analyse data for complex immune-microbiota-metabolic interaction using data generated from sequencing technology.

The person:
To be successful in this position, you will have the skills to analyse multi-dimensional datasets, undertake innovative research in the area of immunology, undertake the analysis of data, support ongoing bioinformatics developments for immunology analysis, support the production of high quality, peer reviewed publications and support the training and development of staff and students within team.

Given the collaborative nature of the Mucosal Immunology Research Group the successful candidate needs to have strong interpersonal skills and the ability to liaise with internal and external stakeholders.

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