|Title||Opportunity in cellular and molecular parasitology (malaria) at Monash University|
New job opportunity in cellular and molecular parasitology at Monash University: understanding the role of exported kinases in the pathogenesis of human malaria.
A new opportunity exists in cellular and molecular parasitology in the Cooke Laboratory in the Biomedicine Discovery Institute (Department of Microbiology) for an experienced Research Assistant or Research Fellow to be involved in exciting work to elucidate the cellular and molecular mechanisms by which malaria proteins cause disease in humans. You will be involved in a multi-disciplinary project to elucidate the function of a sub-set of newly identified kinases in malaria parasites which we believe play a central role in red blood cell invasion and modification.
The successful candidate will have experience and a strong track record in microbiology, molecular and cell biology, parasitology or a related area.
Previous experience specifically in molecular parasitology (ideally working with malaria parasites) is essential.
This role is a full-time position however flexible working arrangements may be negotiated.
Please send expressions of interest in the position to:
Professor Brian M. Cooke, (firstname.lastname@example.org) +61 3 9902 9146