Maurice Belz Research Fellow in Statistics
The University of Melbourne

School of Mathematics and Statistics

Closing date: 25th September 2016

The School of Mathematics and Statistics in seeking to appoint an outstanding academic to the position of Maurice Belz Research Fellow in Statistics.

You will be expected to undertake theoretical or methodological research in an area of modern statistics that may include mathematical statistics, ecological statistics, biostatistics, data science and statistical genomics. The work is expected to be in collaboration with members of the Statistics research group and to result in the publication of high quality papers in international journals.

Beyond the Statistics group, The University of Melbourne provides an outstanding environment in which to develop innovative research in statistics, with opportunities for collaborations with biostatisticians in the School of Population and Global Health and big data research in genomics in the Centre for Systems Genomics. The School has excellent computing facilities and access to super computers is available through the Victorian Life Science Computation Initiative (VLSCI)

Due to the conditions of the bequest funding this position, only applicants from outside Australia (and individuals who are not Australian citizens nor Australian residents at time of application) will be considered for this position.

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