A New centre for Diagnostic Technologies

Ron Epping r.epping at qut.edu.au
Thu Nov 2 06:15:53 EST 1995


Forwarded from the biz-biotech list, I thought that this might be of inte=
rest
 to this one. Anyone have any more information about this organisation?

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The newly established Australian National Centre for Diagnostic Technolog=
ies
(CDT) is currently recruiting highly-motivated scientists and students =
to
participate in research and development for the next generation of DNA-ba=
sed
human diagnostics for both inherited and acquired (cancer) genetic diseas=
es
and infectious diseases. Positions (Ref. No. and closing dates for 1995) =
are
available for:

Senior Research Fellows (95525 November 21)
Research Fellows (95526 November 21)
Postdoctoral Fellows (95527 November 21)
Senior Research Assistants (95528 November 6)
Research Assistants (95528 November 6)
PhD Students ( October 31)
Honours Students (31 October)

The CDT is a new Commonwealth funded Cooperative Research Centre bringing
together the diagnostic and molecular biological expertise and innovation=
 of
the Queensland University of Technology (Brisbane), The CSIRO Division =
of
Biomolecular Engineering (Melbourne), LaTrobe University Schools of
Biochemistry and Electrical Engineering (Melbourne), The Kolling Institut=
e
of Medical Research (Sydney) and four of Australia's leading biotechnolog=
y
and diagnostic development companies: Agen Biomedical Ltd (Brisbane),
Bioclone Australia Pty Ltd (Sydney), PanBio (Brisbane) and Silenus
Laboratories Ltd (Melbourne).

The positions described above are available at the Queensland University =
of
Technology in sunny Brisbane, Queensland.  All enquiries for further deta=
ils
on research positions should be directed to the Secretary Ms Patricia =
Dunn
(E-mail t.dunn at qut.edu.au) and prospective Hons and PhD students should
contact Prof. James Dale (E-mail j.dale at qut.edu.au). Prospective PhD
students must contact Ms Michelle Foley (E-mail m.foley at qut.edu.au) to
obtain application forms for APA or QUTPRA scolarships - note the deadlin=
e
is 31 October, 1995.

Research applications should quote the relevant reference number and incl=
ude
evidence of academic qualifications and experience plus the names, postal
and E-mail addresses, telephone and facsimile numbers of three referees.
Applicants applying for more than one position must submit separate
applications. Applications should reach the Human Resources Director, =
QUT,
Locked Bag No 2, Red Hill 4059 Brisbane Australia by the nominated closin=
g date.
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Ronald J. Epping
BSc(ANU); PhD Biochemistry(ANU)
Lecturer in Biochemistry/Molecular Biology
Education Program Leader, CRC for Diagnostic Technologies

SnailMail:     School of Life Science, Queensland University of Technolog=
y.
                       G.P.O. Box 2434 Brisbane Queensland AUSTRALIA 4001
Telephone:  + 61 7 3864 2576
Facsimile:    + 61 7 3864 1534
E-mail:           r.epping at qut.edu.au
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Ronald J. Epping
BSc(ANU); PhD Biochemistry(ANU)
Lecturer in Biochemistry/Molecular Biology
Education Program Leader, CRC for Diagnostic Technologies (CDT)

SnailMail:     School of Life Science, Queensland University of Technolog=
y.
                       G.P.O. Box 2434 Brisbane Queensland AUSTRALIA 4001
Telephone:  + 61 7 3864 2576
Facsimile:    + 61 7 3864 1534
E-mail:           r.epping at qut.edu.au
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Dr Kevin O'Donnell		     "Work as if you were in the early days
Diagnostics and Molecular Biology         of a better nation"  Alasdair =
Gray
Scottish Agricultural Science Agency    
Edinburgh                         		odonnell at sasa.gov.uk          
      




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