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Oncology Clinical Research Fellow

Children's Medical Research Institutue - Westmead, NSW

Health, Medical & Pharmaceutical
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JOB DESCRIPTION

2021-2023 Oncology Clinical Research Fellow, ProCan

  • Make an important contribution to outcomes of cancer patients through
medical research
  • Work with one of Australia’s most respected national and independent
medical research institutes
  • Located in Westmead, one of Sydney’s and Australia’s major biomedical
research hubs

Children’s Medical Research Institute (CMRI) was Australia’s first dedicated paediatric
research facility and is now one of the world’s most highly regarded independent medical
research centres. Our research focuses on the areas of embryonic development and birth
defects, cancer, neuroscience and gene therapy and we have a strong international
reputation based on our research outcomes. It is also home to the world-first proteomics
project, ProCan, which is changing the way cancer is diagnosed and treated. CMRI’s
research programs are supported by state of the art facilities and committed research and
support staff. Our achievements are made possible by a loyal network of community
supporters, highly engaged donors and the very successful Jeans for Genes® fundraising
campaign.

About the Role

The Clinical Research Fellow will be a key member of ProCan®, the ACRF International
Centre for the Proteome of Human Cancer, located in Children’s Medical Research
Institute, Westmead, Sydney. ProCan has a multi-disciplinary team of proteomicists,
histopathologists, data scientists, software engineers, medical oncologists and project
managers. We are currently undertaking cancer proteomics studies on an essentially
unique, high-throughput platform across most cancer types, adult and paediatric, with
sample cohorts supplied by many collaborating cancer research groups in Australia and
elsewhere.

The research fellow will have a strong clinical background in adult or paediatric oncology,
with relevant research experience in cancer clinical trials or translational/biomarker
research. A higher degree or progress towards a higher degree is desirable but not
mandatory. The fellow will be involved in establishing and maintaining collaborations with
national and international cancer research teams to use proteomic technology to answer
high-value clinical questions. The fellow will also work closely with proteomicists and data
scientists in the ProCan team and be supported to write manuscripts and attend and
present at local, national and international conferences. There are no clinical care or on-
call commitments as part of this role and hours are flexible with opportunities to work from
home. The position is suitable for RACP non-core accreditation, and contracts of minimum
1 year are negotiable. Part-time positions can be negotiated.

You will be provided with a competitive remuneration package in accordance with
qualifications and experience. Additional benefits include the provision of a Public
Benevolent Institution salary packaging scheme and participation in an employer-
contributed superannuation fund.

Applications should include a cover letter (citing PV2020), curriculum vitae and contact
details (phone/email) of three professional referees and be forwarded to
recruitment@cmri.org.au

Closing date for applications is 2nd July 202.

Please direct enquiries regarding the position to Prof Roger Reddel (rreddel@cmri.org.au)
and Dr Jia (Jenny) Liu (jliu@cmri.org.au).

More information about ProCan can be found at:
https://www.cmrijeansforgenes.org.au/research/research-teams/procan


2021-2023 Oncology Clinical Research Fellow, ProCan

  • Make an important contribution to outcomes of cancer patients through
medical research
  • Work with one of Australia’s most respected national and independent
medical research institutes
  • Located in Westmead, one of Sydney’s and Australia’s major biomedical
research hubs

Children’s Medical Research Institute (CMRI) was Australia’s first dedicated paediatric
research facility and is now one of the world’s most highly regarded independent medical
research centres. Our research focuses on the areas of embryonic development and birth
defects, cancer, neuroscience and gene therapy and we have a strong international
reputation based on our research outcomes. It is also home to the world-first proteomics
project, ProCan, which is changing the way cancer is diagnosed and treated. CMRI’s
research programs are supported by state of the art facilities and committed research and
support staff. Our achievements are made possible by a loyal network of community
supporters, highly engaged donors and the very successful Jeans for Genes® fundraising
campaign.

About the Role

The Clinical Research Fellow will be a key member of ProCan®, the ACRF International
Centre for the Proteome of Human Cancer, located in Children’s Medical Research
Institute, Westmead, Sydney. ProCan has a multi-disciplinary team of proteomicists,
histopathologists, data scientists, software engineers, medical oncologists and project
managers. We are currently undertaking cancer proteomics studies on an essentially
unique, high-throughput platform across most cancer types, adult and paediatric, with
sample cohorts supplied by many collaborating cancer research groups in Australia and
elsewhere.

The research fellow will have a strong clinical background in adult or paediatric oncology,
with relevant research experience in cancer clinical trials or translational/biomarker
research. A higher degree or progress towards a higher degree is desirable but not
mandatory. The fellow will be involved in establishing and maintaining collaborations with
national and international cancer research teams to use proteomic technology to answer
high-value clinical questions. The fellow will also work closely with proteomicists and data
scientists in the ProCan team and be supported to write manuscripts and attend and
present at local, national and international conferences. There are no clinical care or on-
call commitments as part of this role and hours are flexible with opportunities to work from
home. The position is suitable for RACP non-core accreditation, and contracts of minimum
1 year are negotiable. Part-time positions can be negotiated.

You will be provided with a competitive remuneration package in accordance with
qualifications and experience. Additional benefits include the provision of a Public
Benevolent Institution salary packaging scheme and participation in an employer-
contributed superannuation fund.

Applications should include a cover letter (citing PV2020), curriculum vitae and contact
details (phone/email) of three professional referees and be forwarded to
recruitment@cmri.org.au

Closing date for applications is 2nd July 202.

Please direct enquiries regarding the position to Prof Roger Reddel (rreddel@cmri.org.au)
and Dr Jia (Jenny) Liu (jliu@cmri.org.au).

More information about ProCan can be found at:

Westmead, NSW

Health, Medical & Pharmaceutical




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