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Wednesday
Jun272012

Post Doctoral Research Fellow, Biostatistics, Brisbane

The Position: 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.

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Wednesday
Jun272012

Postdoctoral Fellow - Statistics or Bioinformatics, Sydney 

The Position: The EpiSCOPE project is investigating the relationships between obesity, epigenetics, and embryonic, fetal and neonatal nutrition. We are looking for a postdoctoral fellow to work as part of a bioinformatics and statistics team to help analyse the epigenetic (and other) sequence data that the biologists will be generating. This project is running in parallel with another project on integrating ‘omics sequence data and there will be considerable collaboration and sharing between these two projects.

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Thursday
May312012

OCE Postdoctoral Fellow – Computational Biology, Canberra

The Position: Enzymes are crucial components of the agricultural, medical, and industrial biotechnologies, and they play a critical role in protein biochemistry research conducted at CSIRO Ecosystem Sciences (CES). Wild-type enzymes sourced from nature are often found not to be fit for intended purposes, requiring significant modifications by modern protein engineering technologies before being incorporated into commercial processes and products. These technologies are already powerful, but their successful application is often stymied by the problem of unpredictable negative intramolecular epistasis.

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Monday
May282012

PhD Scholarship, Brisbane

The Position: The Queensland Facility for Advanced Bioinformatics (QFAB, University of Queensland, Australia) is offering one PhD studentship to a local or international student for full-time research in Applied Statistics or Bioinformatics under the co supervision of Kim-Anh Lê Cao, Dominique Gorse (QFAB) and Antony Parker (QUT).

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Thursday
May102012

Development and Communications Manager, Brisbane

The Position: We are looking for a talented and enthusiastic Development and Communications Manager who will help deliver the future success of the organisation. Working in a small dynamic team the right person will drive business growth by pro-actively managing and delivering business development activities in accordance with the organizational strategy. This is a chance to join a proactive, customer focussed, successful organisation servicing the rapidly expanding bioinformatics needs of the life science research community.

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