In addition, we offer content packaging; quality professional development programs and activities; and an on-campus health clinic, gym and other fitness facilities. Read more about: adelaide.edu.au/jobs the broader role of your facultyThe Faculty of Science brings together different scientific groups and collaborators from around the world to lead research excellence. Our transformative work shapes our teaching and enables our students to use science to address some of the greatest challenges facing our world. In fact, throughout history, our researchers have made significant contributions to groundbreaking inventions, including X-ray crystallography, insulin, and penicillin. Our sites are home to several cooperation partners, affiliated researchers and research institutes of international importance. This innovative community offers students the unique opportunity to gain practical knowledge by participating in ongoing national and international research projects and supports researchers through a rich network of cooperation and partnership. We are proud to support gender and cultural diversity and are passionate about creating a more vibrant and enriching community of staff and students. Learn more about: sciences.adelaide.edu.au/ The School of Biological Sciences and Research at the School of Biological Sciences understands the scale and breadth of the living world – molecules, genes and cells; organisms and their environment; Our internationally recognized and award-winning research offers benefits to human health, including new diagnostic tests, drugs and therapies, using some of the most advanced technologies in the Southern Hemisphere. Our scientists also make critical advances in the fields of biotechnology, ecology and environmental sciences.
The school has a strong network of partnerships with industry, government and several joint industrial partners, associate researchers and global research institutes. These include the University Center for Infectious Disease Research, which recently developed a new vaccine against the deadly microbe, which causes pneumococcal disease and is responsible for two million deaths a year worldwide. If you want to change tomorrow, take action todayOrder from 11:55 pm, January 8, 2021. For a confidential interview about this position, please contact:Professor Bronwyn GillandersDirector of the School of Biological SciencesE: firstname.lastname@example.org The University of Adelaide is an employer for equal jobs. . . .