The Australian Society for Parasitology Inc.
The International PhD program of the French national research project ‘ParaFrap’ is currently open for applications for 11 Ph.D. positions to be started in October 2016.
The Labex (Laboratory of Excellence) ParaFrap is a Health Sciences collaborative research program focusing on molecular and cellular Parasitology in its wider sense; it was initiated by 21 French leading groups in the field. It is funded by the Excellence Initiative of the French Ministry of Research and supports four major research fields in protozoan models such as Plasmodium, Toxoplasma, Leishmania, Trypanosoma, Entamoeba and Theileria :
The ParaFrap International PhD program is an ambitious program offering competitive PhD grants to high-quality students/early stage scientists. The call is international, opening applications to foreign students. The early stage scientists will be joining research projects selected by an external scientific board and managed by a main supervisor and a co-supervisor from two distinct research groups of the LabEx. These core research projects will focus on the use of state-of-the-art post-genomic tools to enhance knowledge of the parasites’ biology and of their interactions with their hosts. Additional information about ParaFrap can be found on http://www.labex-parafrap.fr/en/.
Successful applicants will be enrolled in one of the 11 research groups who were awarded the PhD grants, distributed among diverse French Universities (see website). Each applicant will have to indicate 3 projects of interest. He/she should be enrolled in one of the three projects indicated, unless the selection committee sees a particular interest in modifying one of his/her options.
The deadline for submitting applications is on the 3rd April 2016.
Supervision of the PhD thesis work The PhD student will be supervised by his/her thesis supervisor and will also be assigned a personal tutor, who has to be from another institute and, in general, will be the main collaborator (‘co-PI’) in the project. A PhD thesis committee will interview the student at the end of the 1st and 2nd year and produce a report to the Doctoral School.
Duration: The PhD thesis contract is established for three years.
Studentship: The monthly gross salary will be according to French national rules approx. 1750 € (net salary approx. 1420 €). Selected candidates will receive private health insurance and social security entitlements.
PhD Program provisional planning
April 3rd, 2016 Application deadline
April 12th, 2016 Referees deadline (blind letters of recommendation)
April 30th, 2016 Invitations for interviews sent to applicants
June 22nd-23rd, 2016 Interviews in France (Institut Pasteur, Paris) and notification of the results
June 30th, 2016 Definitive acceptance by the selected applicants
October 1st, 2016 Start of the PhD
Faculty of Veterinary Science
Salary: $92,654 – $110,022 p.a. (Level B) or $113,496 – $130,866 p.a. (Level C), plus 9.5% superannuation. Level of appointment is subject to qualifications, and university teaching and research experience.
The Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Parasitology will teach undergraduate and graduate students (veterinary and non-veterinary) in areas of Veterinary Parasitology, and assist in the development of relevant subjects in the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) curriculum.
For appointment to either level, an already demonstrated record and commitment to innovative, high-quality teaching, and the provision of research supervision to postgraduate research students, is essential. The successful applicant will develop an active research program and undertake some administrative duties appropriate to the level of appointment.
The position will be located at the Parkville campus of the Veterinary School. The appointee will be expected to teach and to attend meetings and seminars at both the Parkville and Werribee campuses.
Close date: 24 Jan 2016 (extended from 20 Jan 2016)
(*includes Selection Criteria or Core Accountabilities and Competencies)
The Johns Hopkins Malaria Research Institute (JHMRI) and the Department of Molecular Microbiology and Immunology in the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health invite applications for a tenure track faculty position at the Assistant Professor or Associate Professor level for research on malaria. Areas of interest include but are not restricted to molecular and cell biology, immunology and vaccine development, pharmacology and drug development, genomics, and host-parasite interactions.
Extensive insectary and core facilities are available to successful applicants, including the JHMRI field site in Zambia. A competitive start-up package, salary and benefits will be provided. Individuals will be expected to develop independent research programs within an interactive environment of investigators interested in the pathogenesis of microbial diseases. There will be opportunities for teaching and training graduate students. Applicants must have a PhD, MD, or equivalent degree and appropriate post-doctoral experience.
Applicants should provide curriculum vitae, description of research interests and the names of at least three references to firstname.lastname@example.org by April 29, 2016.
For more information, contact Genevieve Williams, Program Manager, Johns Hopkins Malaria Research Institute, Department of Molecular Microbiology and Immunology, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, E5141, 615 North Wolfe Street, Baltimore, MD, 21205, 410-614-4883, email@example.com.
Established in 2001, the JHMRI supports a broad program of basic research targeting novel approaches to malaria treatment and control. For information on JHMRI faculty, research programs, fellowships, core resources, and the Malaria Institute at Macha, please visit our website, http://malaria.jhsph.edu
The Johns Hopkins University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer committed to recruiting, supporting, and fostering a diverse community of outstanding faculty, staff, and students. All applicants who share this goal are encouraged to apply.
Area of study: The Plasmodium cycle in its mosquito vector
For more information:
Johns Hopkins School of Public Health
Malaria Research Institute
Baltimore, Maryland, USA
Send CV and names of three references to firstname.lastname@example.org
8 three-‐year grants to work in leading French parasitology laboratories by the end of 2016
The French Labex ParaFrap is seeking eight Post-‐Doctoral researchers to lead pioneering research in modern parasitology. (http://www.labex-‐parafrap.fr/en)
ParaFrap is the French consortium entirely devoted to modern parasitology using state-‐of-‐the-‐art research tools and is driven by 21 international leading groups of the French Parasitology community. On the road of the 21st century, parasitology was recently honored by the 2016 Nobel Prize. ParaFrap as a leader in Parasitology discipline opens ambitious alternatives for career development of young scientists who wish to follow a human health training with an emphasis on interdisciplinary projects.
Productive and motivated individuals with excellent organizational, interpersonal, and communication skills (both verbal and written) are strongly encouraged to apply. Qualified candidate should have a PhD and be interested in acquiring skills in the fields of molecular and cell biology, drug discovery, cell imaging and pathophysiology.
The fellowship is for three years starting before 31 December 2016. According to candidate experience, the salary will range between 2.200 to 2.800 Euros per month. The dead line for admission of candidate application is March 1th. Selected candidates will be invited for interview in March 25th 2016 and the final decisions are expected for May 15th 2016.
Information about the Post-‐Doctoral research projects, selection process, as well as the application procedure, is available on this website https://www.parafrap-‐application.org. Only applications via our online form will be considered.
March 1st, 2016 Application deadline
March 25th, 2016 Invitations for interviews sent to pre-‐selected applicants
May 11st-‐12nd, 2016 Interviews in France (Institut Pasteur, Paris) and notification of the results
May 15th, 2016 Final decision
September 1st 2016–December 31st 2017 Start of the contract
Lecturer/Senior Lecturer Aquaculture: TAHELSLAPBUSAQ (Ref. No.)
Established in 2003, JCU Singapore offers undergraduate and postgraduate programs from James Cook University Australia. James Cook University Australia is recognized internationally as a leading research university and is ranked among the top 4% universities in the world for academic and research performance*. James Cook University focuses on providing high quality education that is both rewarding and fulfilling for students.
The Department of Business at JCU Singapore offers both under- and postgraduate degrees in Business. Please visit http://www.jcu.edu.sg or http://www.jcu.edu.au for more information.
A joint program in Business & Environmental Science was created to meet a growing demand for graduates with Business and Science knowledge. Due to the continuing success of this and associated business programs, we are now seeking suitable candidates for the position of Lecturer/ Senior Lecturer in Aquaculture.
The appointees will be experienced academic / faculty members and will be responsible for teaching and supervision in under-/ post graduate courses in relevant Business degrees.
Selection Criteria for appointment as Lecturer/Senior Lecturer:
Enquiries: Dr Thiru, Acting Associate Dean, Business & IT; Tel: +65 67093716 Email: email@example.com
Employment type: Fulltime, Renewable contract, subject to a probationary period.
Remuneration and conditions: The positions command an appropriate remuneration package commensurate with qualifications and experience. All employment salary arrangements are offered in Singapore currency.
Lecturer: SGD $75 000 per annum – SGD $100 000 per annum
Senior Lecturer: SGD $89 000 per annum – SGD $ 118 000 per annum
Method of Application
Applications MUST provide all of the following:
Applications without any of the above will not be considered.
Please state the position and reference number you are applying for in subject header. Please send applications to firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing Date: 6 January 2016
SCYNEXIS is currently recruiting scientists to work in our parasitology drug discovery group. They are looking for people to develop assays, test experimental compounds, and work with a multidisciplinary team to find new antiparasitic drugs, primarily aimed for control of helminths and arthropods. We are interested in candidates with a Ph.D. and postgraduate experience, particularly if they have experience working in a pharmaceutical or biotech company, although we welcome applications from outstanding candidates at all levels.
Please contact Dr Bakela Nare, (email@example.com or 919.206.7287), or send their c.v. to the address below.
Bakela Nare, PhD
Director of Biology
3501-C Tricenter Blvd
Durham, NC 27713
Attn.: Human Resources
The Marine Genome 100+ Korea project, a newly initiated, large-scale marine genomics project, aims to determine whole genome sequences and transcriptomes of > 100 selected marine species. The research team is seeking for a highly motivated and enthusiastic person (postdoc or senior research associate, depending on one’s research career or achievement) who is able to work as one of our research team member.
The candidate will be primarily involved in analysis of NGS (Next Generation Sequencing) data particularly from marine invertebrates using phylogenomics and comparative genomics approaches. The ideal candidate should have finished — a PhD in bioinformatics, with experience in the analysis of Next Generation Sequencing data.
The candidate will be responsible for:
The successful candidate is required to possess the following:
Applicants should send a short research statement (including past, present, and future goals), CV, and the names and email addresses of at least 3 potential references as a single pdf file to Prof. Joong-Ki Park (Project PI: E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org).
ELANCO is a global leader in the discovery and commercialisation of technology that improves animal health including the efficiency of livestock production. Elanco is seeking to appoint a motivated Biostatistician to support scientists from the Global Aqua and Sheep Product Development Team, and other teams as required, in the design, analysis and interpretation of mainly efficacy and safety studies (GCP, GLP and non-GxP).
Reporting to the Director – Product Development (Aqua and Sheep) and working as part of a motivated team, you will also play a key role in ensuring scientific, regulatory and quality requirements are met through interaction with Development team members and the wider global R&D team.
You will have a Masters level qualification or better in statistics or biostatistics backed by at least 5 years statistical experience preferably in the veterinary/product development field and in a Quality environment as well as expert knowledge of SAS statistical software.
Excellent communication, problem solving and strong presentation skills are crucial for success in this role, as are high levels of self-motivation, creativity and a positive, ‘can-do’, attitude.
This position may include up to 5% travel.
Interested to apply or keen to know more? Visit the careers page on www.lilly.com.au
For further questions contact:
Tanya Lupica – Talent Acquisition Consultant
02 9325 4607
The Australian Institute of Tropical Health and Medicine (AITHM) is a newly established health research institute within James Cook University, Australia. AITHM’s focus is on research in tropical health and medicine across a wide range of disciplines.
An opportunity exists for a postdoctoral position in the immunology of infectious diseases, with an emphasis on malaria as a key indication and systems immunology as a platform. A specific interest is to explore the mechanisms underlying immune responsiveness and vaccine efficacy, using samples from humans experimentally infected with Plasmodium parasites in controlled human malaria infections, or naturally exposed to malaria in geographically distinct field sites, as well as rodent models of malaria. A second opportunity exists for a postdoctoral position with an emphasis on omic-based technologies and rational vaccine design. An underlying concept is that development of optimally efficacious interventions against chronic infectious diseases such as malaria will need to improve on nature, and this can be accomplished by mining large-scale omic datasets to identify molecules and mechanisms underlying protective immunity. It is anticipated that this research will have broad application to a wide range of infectious and chronic diseases, with important implications for vaccination.
Additional Details & Application Form: https://www.jcu.edu.au/jobs/academic-jobs (# 15456)
Email: Denise.Doolan@jcu.edu.au Tel: 61 (0) 430 589 981
Application Deadline: 24th January 2016
Are you interested in discovering and characterising pathogens using cutting-edge molecular techniques? Would you like to know more about vector-borne diseases and learn advanced next generation sequencing and bioinformatics in a vibrant research group at Murdoch University? We are studying potentially pathogenic microorganisms in ticks that have been collected Australia-wide from people and animals, and from the environment. The research spans microscope-based parasitological techniques through to advanced molecular biology using the ion semiconductor (Ion Torrent) platform for deep sequencing and metagenomics of bacterial and protozoal organisms. Successful applicants will be involved in fieldwork and in the lab. We seek an enthusiastic PhD student to be involved with every aspect of this highly relevant and exciting research that is fully-funded by an Australian Research Council Linkage Grant.
Please contact Associate Professor Peter Irwin, Vector- and Water-borne Pathogen Research Group, School of Veterinary and Life Sciences, Murdoch University, South Street, MURDOCH, WA 6150, or email: P.Irwin@murdoch.edu.au, with your CV if you would like to obtain more information.