Elizabeth Greene PhD Scholarship – Centre for Personalised Immunology



Location Australian National University, The John Curtin School of Medical Research
Discipline
App. deadline Applications accepted year round/until filled
Funding
  • Scholarship available
Eligibility Australian residents only

The Centre for Personalised Immunology (CPI) is looking to provide astudentship to a PhD student with strong talent and motivation to do firstclass translational research. You will be working on an exciting precisionmedicine research project led by internationally renowned experts ProfessorCarola Vinuesa and Professor Matthew Cook.

The successful applicant willlearn how to analyse whole genome sequence data from patients with systemicautoimmune diseases (lupus being the prototype); identify putativedisease-causing mutations; prove causation using DNA-editing technologiesand various molecular biology and cellular immunology assays; and place themutated proteins into accurate signaling pathways. The goal is to makediagnoses more accurate, and treatment more effective.

The CPI isfunded as a National Health and Medical Research Council Centre forResearch Excellence. It provides an energetic, collaborative andinter-disciplinary academic structure, with regular interactions withclinicians and bioinformaticians. Research students will have access tostate-of-the-art technologies and equipment.

Students will be basedin Canberra, Australia at The John Curtin School of Medical Research andwill spend time on site at one of the CPI team member’s hospital locationsincluding Children’s Hospital at Westmead (Sydney), Monash Medical Centre(Melbourne) or The Canberra Hospital.

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You willhave:

Bachelor of Science with first class honours orinternational equivalent in biology, biomedicine, or relatedscience

  • Practical experience in the lab working on ascientific project
  • Bachelor of Medicine / Bachelor ofSurgery (MBBS) who must have research experience
  • Excellent English language skills

^A merit-based supplementaryscholarship may be available to applicants with a medicalqualification.


Expression of interest documentsrequired:

  • Curriculum vitae
  • Summary of previous research
  • Copy of academictranscripts

Official flier:http://jcsmr.anu.edu.au/files/ElizabethGreeneScholarship.pdf

Contact

[email protected]

W cpi.org.au

Twitter: @CPImmunology

Facebook: www.facebook.com/centreforpersonalisedimmunology

Thisscholarship is open until filled.

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      Australian National University, The John Curtin School of Medical Research

      The Centre for Personalised Immunology (CPI) is looking to provide a studentship to a PhD student with strong talent and motivation to do first class translational research. You will be working on an exciting precision medicine research project led by internationally renowned experts Professor Carola Vinuesa and Professor Matthew Cook.

      The successful applicant will learn how to analyse whole genome sequence data from patients with systemic autoimmune diseases (lupus being the prototype); identify putative disease-causing mutations; prove causation using DNA-editing technologies and various molecular biology and cellular immunology assays; and place the mutated proteins into accurate signaling pathways. The goal is to make diagnoses more accurate, and treatment more effective.

      The CPI is funded as a National Health and Medical Research Council Centre for Research Excellence. It provides an energetic, collaborative and inter-disciplinary academic structure, with regular interactions with clinicians and bioinformaticians. Research students will have access to state-of-the-art technologies and equipment.

      Students will be based in Canberra, Australia at The John Curtin School of Medical Research and will spend time on site at one of the CPI team member’s hospital locations including Children’s Hospital at Westmead (Sydney), Monash Medical Centre (Melbourne) or The Canberra Hospital.

      You will have:

      Bachelor of Science with first class honours or international equivalent in biology, biomedicine, or related science

      • Practical experience in the lab working on a scientific project
      • Bachelor of Medicine / Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) who must have research experience
      • Excellent English language skills

      ^A merit-based supplementary scholarship may be available to applicants with a medical qualification.

      Expression of interest documents required:

      • Curriculum vitae
      • Summary of previous research
      • Copy of academic transcripts

      Official flier: http://jcsmr.anu.edu.au/files/ElizabethGreeneScholarship.pdf

      Contact

      E [email protected]
      W cpi.org.au
      Twitter: @CPImmunology
      Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/centreforpersonalisedimmunology

      This scholarship is open until filled.

      View this listing on the PhDSeek.com website at http://www.phdseek.com/phds/1348

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