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Position for a Scientific Communications Lead to support internal and external communications activities including production of scientific reports, publications for our supporters and fundraisers and the Institute newsletter.  In addition, also maintain fit-for-purpose websites (intra- and internet), represent the Institute at various communications meetings, support visitors from TV and radio networks and work as part of a small team on key events such as the Institute Retreat and Symposium. 

Date posted:
26 Aug 2014
24 Sep 2014

Position in the Bioinformatics Core Facility for an analyst to play a key role in supporting the groundbreaking research carried out in the Institute.  This is an exciting opportunity to apply and develop your skills in support of cancer research projects that span a wide range of applications including gene expression profiling using RNA ChIP-seq, ChIP-seq analysis of DNA-bound proteins, and cancer genome re-sequencing to identify SNPs, indels, copy number abberations and structural variants.

Date posted:
15 Aug 2014
17 Sep 2014

Position in the Winton group for a research assistant to work under the direct supervision of Mr Simon Buczacki.  Mr Buczacki is a Colorectal Surgeon interested in identifying novel molecules that alter the behaviour of colorectal cancer stem cells to chemotherapy.

Date posted:
13 Aug 2014
12 Sep 2014

Group leader positions with an emphasis on: Bioinformatics, computational biology, cancer systems biology, statistics, image analysis; Experimental medicine; The epithelial biology of hormone-driven cancers; In vivo models and imaging; The biology of preneoplasia and early detection.

Date posted:
24 Jan 2014
4 Oct 2014

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