Three ARC Super Science Research
Fellows and Three PhD students in
Structural Biology, Drug Delivery,
Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences, Faculty of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, the Faculty of Engineering and Melbourne Centre for Nanofabrication
We are looking for three exceptional ARC Super Science Fellows and three PhD Scholarship students to undertake research in Pore Forming Proteins and their potential utility as machines for the intracellular delivery of proteins and nanoparticles.
1) You’ll be a scientist with a demonstrated track record in molecular biology, protein chemistry and protein crystallography. Experience in cell biology or autophagy is also desirable.
2) You’ll be a scientist with a demonstrated track record in molecular biology, protein chemistry and cell biology. Broader experience in drug delivery is desirable.
3) You’ll be a scientist with a demonstrated track record in nanoparticle fabrication, functionalisation, and physical and chemical characterisation, with a particular interest in the biological application of nanotechnology.
To be eligible, you must not have held your PhD more than 3 years.
A PhD scholarship will be associated with each of the Super Science Fellows. You should have a
demonstrated interest in one of the three above mentioned research areas, and must have a degree recognised as H1 equivalent in Australia.
For both fellowships and PhD scholarships please refer to the link in ‘Applications’ below.
You will be based at Monash University in Melbourne, Australia a GO8 University in one of the World’s most livable cities.
Remuneration package (Fellowships): AUD$80,404 – AUD$95,481 pa Level B (includes employer superannuation of 9%) PhD Scholarship: Stipend AUD$22,500 (tax free) for three years, indexed annually.
Three Fellows will be offered a full-time position, fixed term for three years from commencement date. Start dates are negotiable, but preferably will be before 31 December 2010.
Professor James Whisstock email James.Whisstock@monash.edu
Thursday, 2 September 2010