Why your role matters
- Join a supportive and experienced team, and train in new methods to solve challenges
- Full-time (35 hrs) or part-time considered, 3-year fixed-term contract position
- $78,890 - $105,185 (min. $98,342 with a PhD) + 17% superannuation
Focus on the mathematical modelling of experimental data on viral dynamics of HIV during treatment and after treatment interruption to better understand HIV latency. This will involve developing familiarity with the HIV literature and the underlying biology, biostatistical analysis, and ODE and stochastic modelling. The Research Associate reports to the Program Head, Infectious Analytic Program, Professor Miles Davenport.
The Kirby Institute is a world-leading health research institute at UNSW Sydney. We work to eliminate infectious diseases, globally. Our specialisation is in developing health solutions for the most at-risk communities. Putting communities at the heart of our research, we develop tests, treatments, cures and prevention strategies that have the greatest chance of success.
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Who you are
You have a PhD or Postgraduate degree in mathematics/physics/statistics or other quantitative discipline, and/or relevant work experience, as well as mathematics, statistics, or computer programming skills relevant to modelling of experimental data.
To apply: If joining a world-class team contributing to HIV study is of interest to you, please submit your CV, Cover Letter and Responses to Selection Criteria nominated in the Position Description.
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Applications close: 11.55pm AEDT, Friday 5th November 2021
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