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  • 8 Dec 2022 12:13 PM | Valerie Orton (Administrator)

    Haematology Clinical Trials Fellow

    SA Health
    Job reference: 805106
    Location: 5000 - ADELAIDE
    Job status: Long Term Contract
    Eligibility: Open to Everyone

    Application Closing Date:  11:55 pm Friday 16 December 2022


    Central Adelaide Local Health Network, The Royal Adelaide Hospital

    ·       Salary  MDP-2  $86,635/$140,058   

    ·       Salary  MDP-3  $144,389/$150,154

    ·       Full-time temporary from 6/2/23 up to 4/2/24

    The Royal Adelaide Hospital Haematology Clinical Trials Unit performs clinical research across the spectrum of haematological conditions, including haemostasis, transfusion, and haematological neoplasia. The incumbent will work with the Principal Investigators to maximise enrolment in clinical trials and provide high quality care to the patients. The incumbent will gain additional clinical expertise in the conduct of clinical research, and will be expected to develop original research initiatives (in conjunction with the relevant Principal Investigator) as well as participating in active clinical trial programs.

    During training the person will participate in:

    ·       the initiation of and ongoing participation in research and clinical trials.

    ·       the provision of outpatient, consultative, and laboratory services for patients under appropriate supervision.

    Bachelor of Medicine; Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) or equivalent, registrable with the Medical Board of Australia as a Medical Practitioner with General Registration.  Completion of part 1 of the RCPA Haematology examinations (or equivalent).

    Benefits of Working at CALHN
    From salary packaging to flexible working arrangements, and a large range of opportunities for movement and career progression, you’ll find there are lots of benefits of working with Central Adelaide Local Health Network.

    ·       Salary packaging: Salary packaging is an option for saving money by paying for some of your everyday expenses from your salary before it is taxed.

    ·       Diversity and inclusion: CALHN supports and fosters a culture in which employees feel they belong and feel safe at work. The culture aims to encourage all people to use their talents and to be valued and rewarded for their contributions.

    ·       Flexible working arrangements: Voluntary flexible working provisions have been introduced to enable CALHN employees to better balance work, personal life and family commitments.

    ·       Opportunity for movement across the SA Health system: There are always opportunities for you to develop your skills and your career at one of our many metropolitan or regional sites

    About CALHN

    We’re looking for talented staff to join us and help us to shape the future of health through world-class care and world-class research and achieve our vision of being in the top 50 health services in the world and top 5 in Australia.

    Each day presents our nearly 15,000 employees with an opportunity to perform at their best, not because they are expected to, but because they want to as they work together to achieve our strategic ambitions. Together we’re committed to delivering the very best in care for the community in line with our organisation’s values.

    The Central Adelaide Local Health Network includes South’s Australia’s major quaternary facility, the Royal Adelaide Hospital, The Queen Elizabeth Hospital, the Hampstead Rehabilitation Centre and the Repat Health Precinct. We also deliver mental health services at Glenside Health Services and at a range of other locations across the metropolitan area.

    Our Statewide clinical services include BreastScreen SA, SA Pathology, SA Medical Imaging and SA Pharmacy. Community health services include SA Dental (including School Dental Services), SA Prison Health and Donate Life SA.

    Application Information:

    In addition to the annual salary package, we also offer salary sacrifice benefits, employer superannuation contributions and leave loading.

    Appointment will be subject to a satisfactory Criminal History Check and compliant Immunisation screening. 

    COVID-19 vaccination is an essential requirement under the Public Health Act 2011 (Healthcare Setting Workers Vaccination) (COVID-19) to work in SA Health/health care.

    Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants are encouraged to apply.  Job ref: 805106

    Enquiries to

    Simela Falagas   Telephone:  7074 4675

    Email:  simela.falagas@sa.gov.au

    Application Closing Date

    11:55 pm Friday 16 December 2022

    Attachments

     805106 RD Haematology Clinical Trials Fellow.pdf

    Australian applicant guidelines

    International applicant guidelines

  • 8 Dec 2022 11:43 AM | Valerie Orton (Administrator)

    Clinical Fellowship

    SA Health
    Job reference: 805112
    Location: 5000 - ADELAIDE
    Job status: Long Term Contract
    Eligibility: Open to Everyone

    Application Closing Date: 11:55 pm Friday 16 December 2022

    Central Adelaide Local Health Network – The Royal Adelaide Hospital

    ·       Salary  MDP-2  $86,635/$140,058 p.a.

    ·       Salary  MDP-3  $144,389/$150,164 p.a.

    ·       Full-time temporary from 6/2/23 up to 4/2/24

    The SA Pathology Haematology Training programme is offering a Clinical Fellowship position in subspecialty area of haematology. As a Clinical Fellow, you will participate in the SA Pathology Haematology training programme with a view to gaining additional clinical expertise in the sub-speciality area of your interest. In addition, you will be given the opportunity to develop original research initiatives, initiate investigator-driven observational research, and participate in active clinical trial programs. Available sub-speciality areas include, but are not limited to: acute leukaemia/transplantation; myeloma; lymphoproliferative disorders; thrombosis and haemostasis (including haemophilia); myeloproliferative disorders; and diagnostic genetics in haematology. During training, you will participate in weekly outpatients clinics and have an involvement in triaging and initial diagnostic work-up of newly referred patients. You will also participate in a rotating roster in the supervision of haematology inpatients under the supervision of relevant Consultants.

    You will hold a Bachelor of Medicine; Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) or equivalent and be registrable with the Medical Board of Australia as a Medical Practitioner with general registration. You will have completed Part 1 of the RCPA Haematology examinations and have some experience in the field of clinical haematology, including good baseline knowledge of laboratory techniques. You will demonstrate reliability and good communication skills, along with an ability to coordinate patients involved in relevant clinical trials. Your collaboration and teamwork skills will be evidenced in your ability to work effectively with external clinicians, including other members of relevant multidisciplinary teams and referring doctors.

    Benefits of Working at CALHN
    From salary packaging to flexible working arrangements, and a large range of opportunities for movement and career progression, you’ll find there are lots of benefits of working with Central Adelaide Local Health Network.

    ·       Salary packaging: Salary packaging is an option for saving money by paying for some of your everyday expenses from your salary before it is taxed.

    ·       Diversity and inclusion: CALHN supports and fosters a culture in which employees feel they belong and feel safe at work. The culture aims to encourage all people to use their talents and to be valued and rewarded for their contributions.

    ·       Flexible working arrangements: Voluntary flexible working provisions have been introduced to enable CALHN employees to better balance work, personal life and family commitments.

    ·       Opportunity for movement across the SA Health system: There are always opportunities for you to develop your skills and your career at one of our many metropolitan or regional sites

    About CALHN

    We’re looking for talented staff to join us and help us to shape the future of health through world-class care and world-class research and achieve our vision of being in the top 50 health services in the world and top 5 in Australia.

    Each day presents our nearly 15,000 employees with an opportunity to perform at their best, not because they are expected to, but because they want to as they work together to achieve our strategic ambitions. Together we’re committed to delivering the very best in care for the community in line with our organisation’s values.

    The Central Adelaide Local Health Network includes South’s Australia’s major quaternary facility, the Royal Adelaide Hospital, The Queen Elizabeth Hospital, the Hampstead Rehabilitation Centre and the Repat Health Precinct. We also deliver mental health services at Glenside Health Services and at a range of other locations across the metropolitan area.

    Our Statewide clinical services include BreastScreen SA, SA Pathology, SA Medical Imaging and SA Pharmacy. Community health services include SA Dental (including School Dental Services), SA Prison Health and Donate Life SA.

    Application Information:

    In addition to the annual salary package, we also offer salary sacrifice benefits, employer superannuation contributions and leave loading.

    Appointment will be subject to a satisfactory Criminal History Check and compliant Immunisation screening. 

    COVID-19 vaccination is an essential requirement under the Public Health Act 2011 (Healthcare Setting Workers Vaccination) (COVID-19) to work in SA Health/health care.

    Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants are encouraged to apply.  Job ref: 805112

    Enquiries to

    Simela Falagas  Telephone:  7074 4675

    Email:  simela.falagas@sa.gov.au

    Application Closing Date

    11:55 pm Friday 16 December 2022

    Attachments

     805112 RD Clinical Fellowship.pdf

    Australian applicant guidelines

    International applicant guidelines

  • 1 Dec 2022 4:21 PM | Valerie Orton (Administrator)

    Consultant Medical Haematologist

    Permanent position (1.0 FTE)

    Haematology Service, Lakes District (Rotorua /Taupo), New Zealand

    Position NoROTO1636

    Applications close 21 February 2023

    A new & exciting opportunity - we are seeking a full time Consultant Medical Haematologist to lead the local haematology services at Lakes DHB.  This new role will work closely with the regional service based at Waikato DHB to provide comprehensive care to outpatient, inpatient and chemotherapy/medical day care patients.  Tertiary level support will continue to be provided at Rotorua by the Waikato DHB Medical Oncology and Haematology Department.  

    The individual needs to be committed, able to work closely with the local resident SMO teams and also with the regional services.  To foster a learning culture across undergraduate and postgraduate staff.  The role will be aligned within Medical Services at Rotorua and will have strong links to Waikato DHB to maintain professional development and peer support.

    Lakes DHB provides haematology services by the way of visiting tertiary clinicians and a Rotorua located Clinical Nurse Specialist. This role provides the opportunity to redesign the services we provide to our community, provide a local Clinical Expert and improve haematology services to our population.

    The beautiful Lakes District of Rotorua and Taupo is well known for its outdoor recreational options including trout fishing, walking tracks, cycling and mountain biking. Lake and river water sports such as boating and kayaking are exceptional. Yet only an hour from the spectacular east coast beaches and Lake Taupo, and with Whakapapa and Turoa ski fields an easy drive away. Add to this to affordable housing, good schooling and a friendly atmosphere and you have one of the best places in the world to work.

    The candidate must have qualifications that would satisfy the requirements for vocational registration with the Medical Council of New Zealand and must have a driver licence.

    Contact: Nic Crook, Clinical Director Lakes DHB Nic.Crook@lakesdhb.govt.nz

    Please apply online via this link


  • 1 Dec 2022 2:36 PM | Valerie Orton (Administrator)

    Clinical Trial Coordinator Team Leaders - Haematology Research (56946)

    • New leadership roles within Monash Health Haematology Clinical Trials Unit
    • Fixed term, full time, 12 month contract with a possibility to extend
    • Opportunity to make a difference in Victoria's Largest Public Health Service
    • Applications close 5 December 2022

    The Haematology Research Unit at Monash Health is vibrant and fast paced and we are seeking new team members for unique roles within our department.  We are a large clinical trial unit which utilises the purpose-built Clinical Trial Centre within the Monash Health Translation Precinct to implement new and exciting clinical trial opportunities for our haematology patients.

    About Monash Health
    Monash Health is Victoria’s largest public health service. We are proud to provide healthcare to one quarter of Melbourne’s population, across the entire life-span from newborn and children, to adults, the elderly, their families and carers. More than 18,000 employees work at over 40 care locations across south eastern Melbourne, including Monash Medical Centre, Monash Children’s Hospital, Moorabbin Hospital, Dandenong Hospital, Casey Hospital, Kingston Centre, Cranbourne Centre, and an extensive network of rehabilitation, aged care, community health and mental health facilities. For more information please visit www.monashhealth.org.

    About Us
    The Haematology Research Unit delivers Clinical Trials for Monash Health Haematology patients, ranging from Phase 1 to Phase 3 studies. We have in excess of 70 active clinical trials, offering patient-centric care to patients with complex needs. We continue to grow in size, are a dynamic unit, and pride ourselves in the quality of care we deliver to our patients. 

    About the Role
    We have three new positions available for Clinical Trial Coordinator Team Leaders to each lead a team of coordinators and assistants within our Haematology Clinical Trials research unit, ensuring the effective and efficient conduct of clinical trials following Good Clinical Practices as set out by the International Conference on Harmonisation and with approval from a Human Research Ethics Committee.
    A strong collaboration between the unit, the trial sponsors, and Monash Health is required in planning, coordinating and implementing trials to ensure the best possible care for trial patients.
    These are full time positions located at Monash Medical Centre in Clayton, Victoria, within the Monash Health Translational Precinct, Clinical Trials Centre, however a fractional role will be considered for the right candidate.

    About You
    We are looking for proficient leaders to manage our teams and provide effective guidance. You will be responsible for supervising, managing and motivating team members on a daily basis.
    As a team leader, you will be the contact point for all team members, so your communications skills should be excellent. You should also be able to act proactively to ensure smooth team operations, and effective collaboration.
    You lead by example, engaging the team to achieve goals, creating an inspiring team environment with an open communication culture. You thrive in a dynamic, fast-paced environment, with a high level of attention to detail, multitasking and prioritization skills, are compassionate, honest with integrity, and an advanced level of empathy for both fellow colleagues and our patient population. You are motivated with a can-do attitude and strong work ethic.
    Proven experience as a team leader or supervisor is desirable but not mandatory.
    Please refer to the position descriptions for further details.

    How to Apply
    Monash Health recognises the value of equal employment opportunity and is committed to patient safety and promoting fairness, equity and diversity in the workplace. At Monash Health we are relentless in our pursuit of excellence and work to our six guiding principles.

    Applications will only be accepted via the Monash Health online Mercury System only. Email applications will not be considered.

    To view the full position description and to APPLY NOW, click here

  • 16 Nov 2022 4:26 PM | Valerie Orton (Administrator)

    Staff Specialist Haematologist  Latrobe Regional Hospital

    Applications close 8 December 2022

    This position will be responsible for the provisions of Specialist Haematology Services for patients at Latrobe Regional Hospital and in addition, where required, to outreach clinics in Gippsland.

    This position will be involved in the training and supervision of medical and nursing staff as required.

    The aim of this position is to ensure the delivery of haematology services is consistent with the clinical governance framework and core values of LRH.

    Qualifications/Experience

    1. Mandatory
      • MBBS or equivalent essential

      • FRACP or equivalent with subspecialty training in haematology

    2.  Desirable

    Dual training with FRCPA would be highly regarded

    Duties/Responsibilities

    • Provide specialist haematology services, within credentialed privileges to patients of LRH and at outreach sites in Gippsland in collaboration with other Haematologists. This may include performing a share of on-call duties and responsibilities.
    • Assist fellow Haematologists in providing leave cover to outreach sites
    • Work towards the provision of best practice care to all patients in the context of current professional knowledge and organisational resources.
    • Promote and maintain the core values of LRH with sense of pride and purpose of the organisation and the service.
    • To provide supervision and training to medical students, interns, registrars and other junior medical and nursing staff.
    • Ensure appropriate interaction and service integration with other relevant services, especially Medical Oncology, General Medicine, Radiotherapy, Palliative Care, Chemotherapy, Allied Health and the Emergency Department.
    • Participate actively in the service audit, other Quality Assurance and Improvement Activities and clinical meetings.
    • Participation and/or supporting projects run by the Gippsland Regional Integrated Cancer Service.
    • Promote and maintain appropriate standards to meet all required professional requirements and accreditation measures (eg NSQHS, PMCV, relevant college(s)).
    • Further develop clinical skills consistent with special interests and the role of LRH.
    • Have active involvement in the further development of haematology services into the future including inpatient services and clinical research activities within the department.

    For more information click here

    The role is accessed by the LRH mercury system:

    https://lrh.mercury.com.au/​ 

    The home page will ask you to sign up (or log in if you have used prior or log in via Facebook) and this gets you access to the position description and the apply now button – so all electronic.

  • 9 Nov 2022 4:23 PM | Valerie Orton (Administrator)

    Haematologist Position: Hawkes Bay / Palmerston North, New Zealand

    (Closing date 31 December 2022)

     As a result of a retirement, Te Pae Hauora o Ruahine o Tararua | MidCentral are seeking an enthusiastic and committed Clinical Haematologist to join our team as a permanent member of regional haematology service, to be based at either Hastings or Palmerston North Hospital.

     The position is for 40 hours per week with participation in a 1 in 8 on-call, after-hours roster.  The position has the flexibility to be based at either Hastings or Palmerston North Hospital, with clinical responsibilities in one or more of the regions covered by the Regional Cancer Treatment Service.

    Applicants should be trained in both clinical and laboratory Haematology and hold the appropriate vocational registrations with the Medical Council of New Zealand or be eligible to obtain these.

    MidCentral provides clinical haematology, radiation oncology and medical oncology services to the regions that cover the communities of Manawatu, northern Wairarapa, Hawke’s Bay, Whanganui and Taranaki.  This is a combined population of 500,000.

    The position is to join an established haematology team of seven SMOs and four RMOs.

     The service provides inpatient and outpatient haematology care and manages a wide range of both malignant and non-malignant haematological disorders, including acute leukaemia, lymphoma, myeloma, bleeding and thrombotic disorders.  We perform autologous stem cell transplants at Palmerston North Hospital.  Inpatient care is delivered at Palmerston North Hospital while outpatient clinics are run at Palmerston North, Whanganui, Hawera, New Plymouth and Hawkes Bay Hospitals, with outpatient chemotherapy delivered in the regional sites. The department maintains an active clinical research portfolio including clinical trials. The service is an approved FRACP and FRCPA training centre and undertakes active post graduate teaching at House Officer, Senior House Officer and Registrar level.  Multi-disciplinary case meetings (Tumour Boards) are held locally and regionally.

     There is also an opportunity to undertake pathology work with MedLab Central, based at Palmerston North Hospital, for an applicant based in Palmerston North.

    For further information please contact:

    Dr Bart Baker, Medical Lead, Clinical Haematology:

    email or Tel +6463508012),

    or visit our website:

    Clinical Haematologist, Palmerston North Hospital (VID: 6489) (midcentraldhb.govt.nz)

  • 9 Nov 2022 4:12 PM | Valerie Orton (Administrator)

    ASSOCIATE CLINICAL HAEMATOLOGIST

    ALBURY-WODONGA HEALTH and BORDER MEDICAL ONCOLOGY & HAEMATOLOGY

    ALBURY WODONGA

    Border Medical Oncology and Haematology (BMO) is a thriving and well-organised medical oncology & haematology practice based in Albury-Wodonga. We are seeking a second Haematologist to join our practice on a full time basis.

    The practice sees both public and private patients across a broad range of tumour types. We service a regional population of approximately 250,000 people and provide outreach clinics to Wangaratta and Deniliquin. We are based in the Albury Wodonga Regional Cancer and Wellness Centre (AWRCC) , which includes state of the art day ward, inpatient wards and radiotherapy department. The centre is located on the Albury campus of Albury Wodonga Health.

    We have an established, award winning clinical research department allowing our patients access to a broad range of clinical trials. Our research unit was the recipient of  an $18.5 million over 5 years from the Medical Research Future Fund Grant in collaboration with the regional Trials Network Victoria to improve outcomes in cancer patients across regional Victoria

    Multidisciplinary clinics are established for common malignancies as well as teleconferencing and mentoring links with metropolitan centres for the co-management of less common tumours. Albury Wodonga Health and the AWRCC is an associate site of the Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre enabling clinical, research and educational partnerships

    Haematology consists of non-malignant and malignant haematology with well-established day chemotherapy and inpatient facilities to support growing needs. There is an advanced trainee in haematology, and close links with the combined haematology service at Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre and Royal Melbourne Hospital.

    The successful applicant will have the unique opportunity to become an associate of the Border Medical Oncology and Haematology practice and a Visiting Medical Officer at the Border Cancer Hospital and Albury Wodonga Health. Opportunities exist for a conjoint appointment with the University of NSW rural medical school.

    Requirements

    Essential:

    • FRACP (Haematology) Completion of advanced training in Haematology.

    • Specialist registration in adult medicine (Physician) and Haematology with the Australian Health Practitioner Registration Authority (AHPRA)

    • Demonstrated capacity in the efficient and effective day-to-day management of haematology patients and a commitment to best practice care, including a commitment to clinical research.

    • Demonstrated excellence in written and verbal communication skills.

    • Commitment to a multidisciplinary approach to patient management.

    Enough about work. Albury-Wodonga provides an envious lifestyle in one of the most beautiful regions of Australia. (The secret seems to be out as it is one of the fastest growing cities in Australia. There is an abundance of space, clean air, mountains, ski resorts, rivers, wineries, restaurants, national parks and numerous other recreational opportunities. The city has a diverse economy and affordable housing. Read more about how we bench mark on this link. https://smart-cities.dashboard.gov.au/allcities/overview

    The region boasts a number of excellent secondary and tertiary educational facilities. An efficient regional airport provides easy access to Sydney and Melbourne allowing easy face to face interaction with city colleagues and participation in state and national committees.

    Enquiries:

     Contact: Dr Craig Underhill, Border Medical Oncology Phone: 02 60641515

    Fax: 02 60641516 or Email:

    Direct Applications Only

    This vacancy is NOT open to any agencies or employment consultants, regardless of their status.

  • 9 Nov 2022 11:51 AM | Valerie Orton (Administrator)

    A position has recently become available at Royal Perth Hospital (RPH) for a Fellow/Senior Registrar in clinical and laboratory haematology commencing February 2023.

    Closing date: Friday 9 December

    The post is suitable for trainees who have completed, or are completing, RACP and RCPA joint training in 2022/3 and wish to develop further expertise in patient management and clinical research. Possession of FRACP Part 1 is essential.

    A position has recently become available at Royal Perth Hospital (RPH) for a Fellow/Senior Registrar in clinical and laboratory haematology commencing February 2023.
    The post is suitable for trainees who have completed, or are completing, RACP and RCPA joint training in 2022/3 and wish to develop further expertise in patient management and clinical research. Possession of FRACP Part 1 is essential.

    A significant role of the position is to work with the clinical trials unit in enrolling patients and managing clinical trials. The Haematology Department is involved with clinical trials across the spectrum of haematological malignancies with a focus on acute myeloid leukaemia, multiple myeloma and lymphoma.

    Cell and Tissue Therapies of Western Australia (CTTWA) is a facility on site at RPH responsible for stem cell processing for autologous stem cell transplants and the development of cellular therapies. The haematology department works closely with CTTWA which is currently running trials assessing the immunomodulatory effects of mesenchymal stem cells in myelodysplasia, inflammatory bowel disease and organ transplant rejection. A CAR-T Cell program is in development.

    RPH Haematology Fellows will have the opportunity to participate in research projects in collaboration with Professor Wendy Erber and her team at the University of Western Australia. The projects include:

    • The role of plasma DNA (liquid biopsies) in the diagnosis and management of acute myeloid leukaemia and myelodysplastic syndromes.

    • Detection of chromosomal abnormalities in haematological malignancies by FISH using a novel imaging flow cytometry technique.

    • Genomic instability in Myeloproliferative neoplasms.

      Other responsibilities include a shared service commitment with other fellows and advanced trainees in performing and reporting bone marrow biopsies, reporting laboratory results including peripheral blood films and flow cytometry. Clinical responsibilities include inpatient care, outpatients and a consultative service and an on call commitment.

      The appointed Fellow(s) are encouraged to apply for local and national research grants with a view to a research fellowship extension for the second year.
      Please forward an expression of interest and a CV by Friday 9 December  2022 with the names and contact details of 2 professional referees

      Professor Michael Leahy
      Head of Haematology,
      Royal Perth Hospital,
      Perth, 6000, Western Australia
        email  +61 438 384 482

  • 24 Oct 2022 9:40 AM | Valerie Orton (Administrator)

    Job Ad Reference:  PA10450250

    Two Temporary full-time position (07/02/23 – 06/02/24)

    Unit/Department:  Clinical Haematology Division of Cancer Services Metro South Health Location: Princess Alexandra Hospital, Woolloongabba

    Contact: Dr Robert Bird (07) 3176 2425

    Classification: L4 – L9 or L10 – L13

    Online applications:  https://metrosouth.health.qld.gov.au/job-vacancies

    Applications close: 31 October.

  • 18 Aug 2022 9:41 AM | Valerie Orton (Administrator)

    Advanced Trainee positon

    Alfred Hospital Haematology service and the Australian Centre for Blood Diseases (ACBD) is looking for an enthusiastic candidate to join our clinical/translational PhD program exploring the role of CAR T-cell tracking in determining the outcomes of patients who receive this treatment both in standard practice and on our clinical trials. The hypothesis is that the kinetics of CAR T-cell expansion and their immune composition may be a key determinant in attaining and maintaining responses in patients with DLBCL, ALL and other haematologic malignancies under study at our institution. The study will involve clinical aspects of patient care through the CAR-T service, maintenance of registry, coordinating research sample collection for CAR-T patients, and developing flow cytometry panels of high sensitivity and specificity and performing the required flow cytometry analyses in conjunction with our Pathology Service. There will be a translational immune function analysis conducted in collaboration with the Immunology Department, Central Clinical School (CCS). Extensive infrastructure for molecular studies, immune assessment, flow cytometry is already established on the campus. Statistical support is also provided. 

    We anticipate that this position will be supervised by Prof Con Tam (clinical), Dr Shaun Fleming (pathology) as well as a member of the Monash University Immunology Department co-located on-site. This position is suitable for a haematology trainee at completion of training or early career haematologist.

    This is a unique opportunity to learn about CAR-T technology in the clinic, and to develop an exciting new avenue of research. Please contact Prof Con Tam Email  if you would like more information. Our anticipated start date is early 2023.

    Con Tam

    Shaun Fleming

    Harshal Nandurkar

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