Teach undergraduate and postgraduate courses, conduct cutting edge research, and develop new research directions and courses.
A PhD/MD/DVM or an equivalent degree in the broadly-defined areas of biomedical sciences. The Department currently has active research in molecular, cellular and systems study of neuroscience, cancer, or regenerative biology, and the development of novel therapeutics and nanomedicine. Candidates with strong background in these and other biomedical science-related areas are welcome to apply. Preference will be given to qualified candidates whose activities can contribute to multidisciplinary and collaborative biomedical research.
Candidates for the post of Professor and above should have a distinguished academic record including significant external funding support, demonstrated leadership skills, and a strong commitment to graduate and undergraduate education. Successful candidates are expected to develop internationally competitive research programs; and assume academic and administrative leadership in the Department by assisting in faculty development, promoting collaboration in cross-disciplinary teaching and research programs within the University, and facilitating the translation of basic biomedical research to practices of health services and healthcare-related industries.
Applications will be considered until the positions are filled.
Applications for the Interdisciplinary PhD Programme in Veterinary Sciences and PhD Programme in Biomedical Sciences are accepted throughout the year and will be considered mainly in one admission round. The application deadline for 2018 entry is 1 December 2017. Please visit the following websites for details.
The Role of Interleukin-33 in Adriamycin Induced Nephrotoxicity
Carry out laboratory research work (including cell culture, flow cytometry, immunohistochemistry, molecular biology and animal experiment) for the Project.
A Master’s degree/good honours degree in Biology/Biological Sciences/Immunology/Pharmacology or related disciplines with at least 1 year's experience in mouse experiments, breeding, housekeeping, multicolour flow cytometer and data analysis. Candidates interested in pursuing PhD study in Immunology are encouraged to apply.
30 June 2017
Carry out research activities for the Projects.
A Master’s degree or above in Immunology/Biology or related disciplines with at least 1 year’s relevant experience including supervision of postgraduate students. Skills and experience in animal experiments, flow cytometry and cell culture are required. Strong background and experience in molecular biology are preferred. Candidates with a PhD and no more than 3 years’ postdoctoral experience may be considered for appointment as Postdoctoral Fellow. (Those who have responded to the previous advertisements need not re-apply.)
19 June 2017
Currently no vacancy.
23 May 2017