We are currently seeking Senior Research Fellows/ Academic Level C – join us as we strengthen our stroke research program. Apply now.
Melbourne is renowned as a leading international hub for stroke research, a particular strength at the University of Melbourne. Research is particularly active at the Royal Melbourne and Austin Hospitals (including Melbourne Brain Centres at both hospital sites), and the Florey Institute of Neuroscience and Mental Health, underpinned by NHMRC program, the Medical Research Future Fund and project grant support. Two of the senior leaders have been past-presidents of the World Stroke Organisation and have led sequential program grants for over 20 years. There are a number of other internationally competitive professorial leaders in hospitals and institutes associated with the University of Melbourne.
Particular strengths include translational research, advanced neuroimaging, epidemiology, pre-hospital research in the Melbourne Mobile Stroke Unit, stroke rehabilitation and leadership in clinical trials. The principal investigators have been involved in leadership roles in virtually all the major advances in stroke therapy in the past 25 years. There is close collaboration with other stroke leaders in Australia and internationally with centres in New Zealand, China, Europe and The United States, underwritten by many academic clinical trials.
The University of Melbourne is seeking new researchers at academic level C who can join in and benefit from our developing critical mass of research talent and facilities for stroke research. We are seeking researchers with demonstrated expertise to build an internationally competitive research program in:
- acute clinical management of stroke
- stroke recovery and rehabilitation
- relevant fundamental cardiovascular biology and neuroscience.
Applications are open until 24th July 2018 and will require a:
- cover letter
- response to selection criteria.
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Key partners, schools and centres at the University of Melbourne involved in stroke research:
Stroke research leaders in Australia, New Zealand, China, Europe and the USA