Senior Lecturer : School of Public Health and Preventive Medicine
The Department of Epidemiology and Preventive Medicine, School of Public Health and Preventive Medicine, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia.
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The Department of Epidemiology and Preventive Medicine is seeking to appoint a Level C Senior Lecturer (GP/Physician).
The Preventive Medicine Unit has particular existing strengths in large scale community based clinical trials. The unit aims both to enhance and broaden its research base to produce research of the highest quality on promoting health, preventing disease, and managing the health of communities and defined populations, with a focus on cardiovascular disease, diabetes, dementia and disability. One of its flagship projects is the STAREE (Statins in Reducing Events in the Elderly) trial, a world-first public good trial that will exclusively enrol 18,000 older, healthy people to examine the benefits and risks of taking Statins.
As part of the next phase of its strategic development, we are seeking to appoint a new or established GP/Physician. We will only consider applicants with an outstanding track record of research achievement for their career stage and an exciting and innovative research vision. Applicants must be general practitioners or physicians with medical registration, under the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA). Successful applicants will be offered an attractive salary package and will be provided the opportunity to undertake clinical work. Appointment will be at Level C (Senior Lecturer) and flexible working arrangements may be negotiated.
Expressions of interest, comprising a cover letter, CV and summary of proposed research possibilities within the STAREE trial (1 page max) should be submitted as part of your application.
Informal enquiries should initially be made to Professor Sophia Zoungas, Monday and Wednesday +61 3 9903 0711
Sunday 4 December 2016, 11.55pm AEDT