Postdoctoral Research Fellow/Research Fellow, SCMN-TI
SUNSHINE COAST MIND & NEUROSCIENCE – THOMPSON INSTITUTE
Job Opening ID: 20065
Salary Level:: Classification Level A (Salary range A$69,451 to A$94,041 gross per annum plus up to 9.5% employer superannuation contributions)
Salary Level: Classification Level B (Salary range A$98,963 to A$117,411 gross per annum plus up to 9.5% employer superannuation contributions)
The appointment at a Level A or B is dependent upon qualifications, experience and research outputs/outcomes
Appointment: Full-time, fixed-term for 3 years
The University of the Sunshine Coast is the youngest public university in Australia. It is rapidly developing into a comprehensive multi-campus institution of higher education with growing numbers of students, drawn from increasingly diverse backgrounds. USC has a deep commitment to driving capacity-building on the Sunshine Coast, Moreton Bay, Fraser Coast and beyond.
University Strategic Goals
The University will be:
- A primary engine of capacity building for our region;
- A comprehensive multi-campus university growing towards 35,000 students; and
- Positioned globally as a top-500 university and a top-100 university under 50 years of age.
Overview of Sunshine Coast Mind and Neuroscience – Thompson Institute (SCMN-TI)
The Sunshine Coast Mind and Neuroscience – Thompson Institute is developing into a world-class facility for mental health and neurological research, teaching and associated clinical services. The institute will enable USC to make a major contribution to the understanding, diagnosis and treatment of disorders of the brain and mind and be at the forefront of vital research in the areas of ageing and dementia and mental health issues relating to youth and adults alike.
About this Opportunity
We are seeking to appoint a talented researcher in Translational Neuroimaging to join the myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS) neuroimaging research program. This position is supported by a recently awarded NHMRC Ideas Grant. The ME/CFS neuroimaging research program combine advanced multimodal neuroimaging techniques with machine learning to understand neurological disease process and to develop a Neuromarker for objective diagnosis of ME/CFS. The SCMNTI integrates research, teaching, and clinic service as a unified model. The 2018 ARC Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA) outcomes rated Neuroscience at USC as 5 (well above world standard), which was primarily attributed to the SCMNTI.
To be appointed in this role you must have completed a relevant doctoral qualification (or near completion) and demonstrate quality research experience such as in refereed publications, participation in research teams and sound knowledge of research methodologies relevant to the discipline/field.
Contact for Further Information:
Personal Assistant to the Director, SCMN-TI
Telephone: + 61 7 5430 1285
Closing Date: Midnight, Sunday 2 August 2020
For more information on how to apply or to view the position description and the skills and experience required to fill the position, visit our website at https://www.usc.edu.au/connect/work-at-usc
All applicants MUST provide a statement that addresses each of the selection criteria contained within the position description and their resume/CV.