Tumour Virology Programme
The appointee, as a member of a dynamic team, will work on a companion animal infectious disease programme, advancing animal health and welfare by investigating infectious, particularly viral, diseases of companion animals. Duties are related to molecular biology, including design and optimization of qPCR assays, protein production and purification, immunoassays, NGS; training and supervising students as required; assisting in curation of a sample biobank; providing administrative support; and performing any other duties as assigned.
A Master’s degree/Bachelor’s degree in Veterinary/Biomedical Science or a related discipline, and no more than a total of 6 years of service at the University.
Proven success in biomedical research; excellent scientific writing skills; willingness and ability to adapt and acquire new skills; meticulous attention to detail and record keeping are required. Fluency in both spoken and written English and Chinese would be an advantage.
Candidates with a PhD and no more than 3 years’ experience after the award of a PhD degree may be considered for appointment as Postdoc.
Salary offered will be highly competitive, commensurate with qualifications and experience. Fringe benefits include leave, medical and dental consultations at the campus clinic.
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