Research Fellow, Infectious Diseases Modeller @ JCU, Townsville

You will conduct advanced research in mathematical modelling and related epidemiology of infectious diseases in the context of regional surveillance of emerging infectious diseases.  This will entail both theoretical models and analysis of experimental data from a number of databases.  Having obtained your PhD in a quantitative field you will relish this opportunity to develop collaborative projects with other researchers in the DFAT Partnership Project and contribute to the development, coordination and delivery of teaching programs.

Key to your success will be your ability to conduct advanced research in mathematical modelling and related epidemiology of infectious diseases in the context of regional surveillance of emerging infectious diseases.  You will ideally have training or experience in a quantitative field such as: physics, engineering, applied mathematics, computational biology, clinical epidemiology, health economics, bioinformatics or biostatistics.

More information here.

Applications close 15 January 2017.

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