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Senior Lecturer Bioinformatics, University of New South Wales 

Academic level C:  A$105K - A$120K per year depending on qualifications and experience (plus up to 17% employer superannuation plus leave loading).

An exciting opportunity exists to join the School of Biotechnology and Biomolecular Sciences (BABS) at the University of New South Wales. We are seeking an outstanding candidate at Senior Lecturer level in the area of bioinformatics, with a research focus in the 'omics'.

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Program Leader in Bioinformatics - Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute

We are seeking an innovative investigator with a strong research background in Bioinformatics and Computational Biology to lead an independent research program within the Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute (VCCRI), Sydney, Australia. (See the advert on

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John Stocker Postgraduate Scholarships

The 2013 SIEF Scholarships program includes funding for up to four John Stocker Postgraduate Scholarships (top-up), or 2 full Scholarships, commencing in 2013 over a three year period with preference for research in the 2013 priority research areas including:

  • Environmental Informatics;
  • Genomics/Epigenomics; and
  • Mathematics and Network Science.

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Systems biology and software development (Postdoc or Research Engineer/Scientist) - CSIRO

CSIRO Animal, Food and Health Sciences are looking for an enthusiastic Postdoctoral Fellow or research engineer who will work as part of a growing and dynamic multidisciplinary team to develop novel computational methodology and software for applications in genomics and bioinformatics. Position number NSW12/03084

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PhD Scholarships in Computational Biology - University of New South Wales

We are seeking candidates with a strong academic record to undertake PhD studies with the Complex Systems in Biology and Computational Biology groups at the University of New South Wales. The successful candidates will join a team of researchers in the Complex Systems in Biology and Computational Biology Groups that use mathematical, computational, bioinformatics, and statistical approaches to study various aspects of the immune system and immune responses to a variety of infectious diseases.

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