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Research Biobank Manager

  • LocationAlfred Health
  • Work TypeFull Time - Fixed Term
  • Positions1 Position
  • Applications Close AtClosed 9 days ago
    Published on 7 Oct 2020

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  • Job no: 30572
  • Categories: Research, Other Research
  • Fixed Term – 12 months (maternity leave replacement)
  • Full Time (76 hours per fortnight)
  • Alfred Hospital

 

The Department

The Department of Neuroscience is the only University Department in Australia dedicated to neuroscience research, research training and teaching. The Department currently consists of 20 different research groups, covering a broad range of basic and clinical neuroscience disciplines, including in epilepsy, neurotrauma, neurobehaviour, stroke, neuroimmunology, movement disorders, dementia, neuropsychology, neuro-ophthalmology, neuropsychiatry, headache and peripheral neuropathy, neuroimaging and neuro-oncology.

 

The Role

The Laboratory Biobank Manager will be responsible for day to day management of the Department’s clinical registries, including liaising with clinical/nursing staff, provide ethics and governance support and perform basic data entry and management. The Research Officer/Registry Manager will support the Department of Neuroscience Biobanking activities including sample processing (Processing of human derived samples including blood, saliva, etc. into derivatives such as Plasma, Serum, Buffy Coat etc.), and perform data entry and patient follow-ups for research study.

 

Skills 

  • He/she will have experience in governance and management of health data and basic understanding of confidentiality, privacy and research ethics principles.
  • Demonstrated understanding of a range of molecular biology techniques including DNA/RNA extractions.
  • Designing protocols/SOPs/Safe Working Instructions for the Bio-databank experiments while ensuring a compliant and safe research environment.
  • Support in appropriate submission of the clinical ethics application
  • He/she will have experience in governance and management of health data and basic understanding of confidentiality, privacy and research ethics principles.

 

Benefits

  • Salary Packaging
  • Discount Health Insurance
  • Onsite Gym
  • Child care services

 

All enquiries to Professor Patrick Kwan on Patrick.Kwan@monash.edu

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  • Closed 9 days ago - 21 Oct 2020
  • Published on 07 Oct 2020, 2:50 AM