Breast Cancer Prevention Senior Research Fellow
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- Part Time
- Part time (0.8 FTE) with some flexibility, fixed term until September/October 2024
- Join a team of researchers at the Daffodil Centre, leading the way in breast cancer prevention
- Base Salary from $138,645 (pro-rata) + 17% superannuation
About the opportunity
The Daffodil Centre is a world-leading research centre on cancer control and policy, directly influencing near-term policy decisions and real-world improvements in cancer control. The Daffodil Centre combines the complementary strengths of Cancer Council NSW and the University of Sydney to accelerate the realisation of a cancer-free future. The partnership has created an unparalleled centre of national and international research excellence where research results in real-world improvements in cancer control.
We have an exciting opportunity for a mid-career researcher to join the breast cancer prevention stream as a Senior Research Fellow. You will have the opportunity to support and lead on existing research work, as well as develop your own research areas in breast cancer prevention.
Your key responsibilities will be to:
- lead on research work in breast cancer prevention, including a cancer screening trial under plan in collaboration with Breast Screening Program and other, large, cohort studies
- provide direction and mentorship to early career researchers in the team and the broader Faculty
- design and undertake breast cancer prevention research
- seek out research synergies within the Daffodil Centre research streams.
- holds a PhD in public health or related field
- evidence of public health or cancer-based research experience - breast cancer prevention or population screening preferable
- strong understanding of public research methods such as epidemiology, evidence-based cancer care or screening research
- skills in managing population data sets and an understanding of ethics and expected responsibilities
- developing a national or international research presence through publication and collaboration
- experience in supervising or mentoring others and/or coordinating team activities.
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