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Careers

Working at the Doherty Institute is a rich and inspiring experience. 

Combining research, teaching, public health and reference laboratory services, diagnostic services and clinical care in infection diseases and immunity, this unique joint venture between The University of Melbourne and The Royal Melbourne Hospital provides many outstanding opportunities for students, early and late career researchers, and clinicians to benefit from the new facilities and wealth of knowledge within the building. The holistic approach to research and public health encourages collaborations across many different fields and disciplines throughout the Doherty Institute, the surrounding Melbourne Biomedical Precinct, nationally and across the globe. 

Current Jobs

APPRISE Data Manager

The Australian Partnership for Preparedness Research on Infectious Disease Emergencies (APPRISE) is seeking a committed, highly motivated and organised Data Manager to support collaborative research activities across a nationally distributed team of researchers and data holders. You will advise on appropriate software, policy, workflows and other change management required to maximise the proposed collaborative use and reuse of existing and emerging research datasets.

Close date: 2 May 2017

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Clinical Research Support Officer

The Clinical Research Support Officer will provide coordination and administrative support to clinical research projects within the Clinical Research laboratory of Professor Sharon Lewin's research team at the Doherty Institute. In this role you will primarily assist with the coordination of two large international clinical trials within the HIV-HBV co-infection group that are funded by the NHRMC: Long term persistence of HIV in the liver and the clinical impact on HIV-HBV co-infection (NHMRC GNT1101836) and Towards a Functional cure for HBV: exploiting lessons from HBV-HIV co-infection.

Close date: 2 May

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