Senior Lecturer in Drug Development
School of Biomedical Sciences The University of Queensland School of Biomedical Sciences is a distinguished centre for teaching and research in the academic disciplines of Anatomy, Developmental Biology, Physiology, Pharmacology and Pathology. The School has more than 40 full-time research and teaching staff and is one of the largest Schools of its type in Australia. It has links to other prestigious research centres on the St Lucia campus including the Queensland Brain Institute (QBI), the Institute of Molecular Bioscience (IMB) and the Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology (AIBN).
Our diverse research provides an exciting environment for national and international research fellows and higher degree students. It is concerned with advancing the understanding of how cellular mechanisms contribute to the function of the human body in health and disease, and the development of strategies to improve human health. Details of the research interests of academic staff may be accessed on the schoolâ€™s web site at https://biomedical-sciences.
4 October 2018 In addition to its graduate research programs, the School teaches undergraduate students in Science, Medicine, and Health Sciences. About This Opportunity Opportunity to engage as a senior lecturer in undergraduate and postgraduate teaching, postgraduate supervision, and further development of the Schoolâ€™s research theme of Drug Design and Development. The role also involves performing research, administrative tasks and other activities as required for the School.
This position is located at our picturesque St Lucia campus , renowned as one of Australiaâ€™s most attractive university campuses, and located just 7km from Brisbaneâ€™s city centre. Bounded by the Brisbane River on three sides, and with outstanding public transport connections, our 114-hectare site provides a perfect work environment â€“ you can enjoy the best of both worlds: a vibrant campus with the tradition of an established university. Our Ideal Candidate We are seeking candidates with a PhD in the area of drug development or related field, teaching skills at undergraduate and postgraduate levels and expertise in the area of drug design and development and demonstrated , with evidence of successful completions.
The successful candidate must have the ability to establish effective relationships and to represent and promote academic discipline at a university and wider community level and have evidence of a contribution to research, including successful external grant applications, competitive internationally recognised publication record, and invitations to international conferences. It is a condition of employment for this role that you will be required to provide evidence of immunisation against certain vaccine preventable diseases. We value diversity and inclusion, and actively encourage applications from those who bring diversity to the University.
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