Free open Job in Australasia Senior Research Fellow at University of Auckland, New Zealand

This position presents a unique opportunity for an exceptional Senior Research Fellow to work in New Zealand. You will join a broad, multi-disciplinary team that includes molecular biologists, technical genomics experts, bioinformaticians, clinicians and educators.

The project involves national and international collaborators, and is well-funded. The existing team provides a highly productive, friendly environment, providing the successful candidate with substantial opportunities for career advancement.

Examples of publications with this group are and our collaborators include:

  • Lawrence et. al. 2018, npj Genomic Medicine,
  • Campbell et. al. 2018, Nature Communications,
  • Woodhouse et. al. 2018 Brit J Dermatology,
  • Hunter et. al. 2017, Journal of Royal Society of NZ,
  • Mehta et. al. 2016 Cancer Research,
  • Segelov et. al., 2016, J Glob Oncol 2017,

Further information can be obtained at and

Who are we looking for?

  • The successful applicant will have a Ph.D. and research experience in cancer biology, experimental pathology, genomics, or related fields.
  • They will be an excellent communicator, and an ambitious future leader in science with a publication track record that demonstrates high impact outputs and successful collaboration.
  • They will have project management expertise, and will be adept at working with others in a collaborative environment to foster an enjoyable and focussed workplace.

Join New Zealand’s leading university, in one of the most liveable cities in the world!* Apply online, before the closing date of Sunday 26th August 2018.

* Mercer Quality of Living Rankings 2018

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