Research Manager and Academic Convenor in Computational Biology
University of Melbourne.
The Centre for Systems GenomicsClosing date: 12th February 2016
This position will help to foster the development of two exciting new initiatives at the University of Melbourne, both working to advance the University's research effort in the area of computational biology.
The Centre for Systems Genomics is a cross-faculty research hub focused on systems biology and genomics, while the Computational Biology Research Hallmark Initiative (CBRI) is a broader enterprise aimed at promoting and facilitating computational biology research across the wider University. The successful applicant will have a diverse and stimulating portfolio of activities and responsibilities, will work with dynamic researchers at the cutting edge of one of the most exciting areas of science and will have opportunities to contribute to the success of many research projects. This is an Academic Specialist position.
The appointee will be based in the Centre for Systems Genomics and report to its Director, Professor David Balding. The appointee will be a member of the School of BioSciences within the Faculty of Science, but the work will also involve close liaison with other Faculties, Schools and Centres. 40% of the workload will be in the role of Academic Convenor for the CBRI, working closely with its Steering Group and Chair, Professor Edmund Crampin.
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