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Wednesday, September 05, 2007

Fresh Jobs 5 September 2007

Interested in doing science in Singapore? Check out the latest career opportunities right here on Fresh Brainz.

Post-doctoral Research Opportunities in Singapore @ The Singapore Immunology Network (SIgN)

The Singapore Immunology Network (SIgN), has been established by the Agency for
Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR) with the aim of expanding immunological research in Singapore. Steered by Prof Philippe Kourilsky as Chairman, one major objective of the SIgN is to build a strong research programme in basic human immunology with new laboratories located in Biopolis. This programme will interact with other initiatives within Biopolis and across Singapore; and also participate in international collaborations.

Applications are invited for the Infectious Diseases (and Vaccine Research) Unit of
Professor Philippe Kourilsky and Dr Lisa F.P. Ng. In this position, successful applicants will participate in research on infectious diseases from the immunological stand point with specific interests in preventive and therapeutic vaccines, diagnostics, therapeutic antibodies and other products.

Positions open for:

1. Post-doctoral Research Fellow

The post is funded by SIgN, A*STAR with a 3-years contract. The level of appointment and remuneration package will be in accordance to the experience of the candidates and will be internationally competitive.

Qualified candidates should possess:
- PhD in a relevant field (Molecular Virology/Molecular Immunology/Molecular Biology)
- Strong verbal and written communication, analytical skills
- Experience in handling biosafety level 2 and 3 agents

2. Postgraduate/Attachment Research Students

Positions are open for both short-term and long-term research projects.

Qualified candidates should possess:
- A good (BSc/BSc (Hon)/MSc) Degree in a relevant field (eg. Microbiology /Molecular
Biology/Biomedical Sciences/Biochemistry/Virology/Immunology)
- Strong verbal and written communication, analytical skills

Contact: Please send Resume/Curriculum Vitae to Dr Lisa F.P. Ng.


Thank you in advance for your interest. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.