The University of Queensland is a public research university located primarily in Brisbane, the capital city of the Australian state of Queensland. Founded in 1909 by the state parliament, UQ is Australia’s fifth oldest university, and colloquially known as a sandstone university.
The offered position is a 3.5 year program which includes intensive clinical training in emergency and critical care through a formal residency program, and research-by-thesis training leading to the award of a Doctor of Veterinary Clinical Science (DVClinSc)
The offered position is a 3.5-year program which includes intensive clinical training in Large Animal Internal Medicine (Equine emphasis) through a formal ACVIM-approved residency program, and research-by-thesis training leading to the award of a Doctor of Veterinary Clinical Science (DVClinSc).
The Children’s Brain Cancer Initiative based at UQDI is a collaboration between multiple Universities and Research Institutes, and the Queensland Children’s Hospital. As part of this Initiative we have PhD scholarships for suitably qualified applicants.
The Research Fellow will participate in a new collaboration between CSIRO’s Robotics and Autonomous Systems Group (RASG) & ITEE/UQ in the broad area of AIEnhanced Robotics (AI-R). This initiative is funded through a Collaborative Research Project (CRP) between CSIRO and UQ, and is led jointly by two Principal Investigators (PIs): a RASG researcher and an ITEE faculty member.
An opportunity exists to lead and manage a services team of Research Analysts and Laboratory Technicians to deliver high quality sample preparation methods and analytical activities across a range of research and consultancy projects
Conduct and be involved in the co-ordination of a large and globally unique retrospective and prospective biospecimen resource. The ideal candidate will have expertise in Python and R programming and other informatic tools to enable image and genomic analysis. This position is well suited to skilled bioinformatician with a strong molecular biology background.
A great opportunity for a Scientific Officer to provide support to the teaching, diagnostic services and research missions of the School of Veterinary Science in the disciplines of Microbiology and Histology.
The School of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering is seeking a Postdoctoral Research Fellow to join an ARC Discovery project which has the aim to develop novel and innovative spatiotemporal data management systems and privacy protection techniques.
Postdoctoral Research Fellow is sought to join the laboratory of Associate Professor Timothy Mercer which undertakes a combination of cutting-edge laboratory and bioinformatic research in genomics, transcriptomics and synthetic biology.
The School of Mechanical and Mining Engineering are seeking an experienced Postdoctoral Research Fellow to join a research effort directed to the development of novel ceramic matrix composite manufacturing processes.
Postdoctoral Research Fellow is sought to focus on the creation of antibiotic hybrids, where antibiotics are derivatised then functionalised with other antibiotics, antibodies, siderophores or virulence factors, or used to activate the immune system to target bacteria.
2x 3.5 year scholarships working with Dr Matthew Luskin to assess impacts from the loss of native predators (quolls), rise of invasive predators (cats, foxes) and the invasive herbivores (pigs, deer, etc) on food web dynamics and biodiversity.
Collaborate with members of a team and traditional-knowledge holders in relation to groundwater in one or more study areas in Queensland and investigate effective ways for knowledge sharing between customary landowners and hydrogeologists.
The position provides the opportunity to undertake postdoctoral research into the fundamental rules governing the origin and evolution of animals, as part of team of researchers and PhD students in the Marine Genomics Lab at UQ.
The offered position is a 3.5 year program which includes intensive equine surgery through a formal residency program accredited by the American College of Veterinary Surgeons (ACVS) and research-by-thesis training leading to the award of a Doctor of Veterinary Clinical Science (DVClinSc).
The offered position is a 3.5 year program which includes intensive clinical training in Large Animal Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation through a formal residency program, and research-by-thesis training leading to the award of a Doctor of Veterinary Clinical Science (DVClinSc).
These scholarships are funded by the Australian Government to assist PhD students with their living costs. Scholarships are offered for projects that are aligned with recently awarded Category 1 research grants. They offer students the opportunity to work with leading researchers and contribute to large projects of national significance. Available projects are organised under the following areas: Health Science, agriculture, environment and agribusiness Engineering, architecture and information technology Humanities, education, psychology, music, business, law and social sciences
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