The Woolcock Emphysema Centre is currently in need of an enthusiastic and dedicated Research Assistant to join the multidisciplinary team led by Professor Alaina Ammit (Director, Woolcock Emphysema Centre). The successful applicant will perform cell-based studies with the ultimate aim of developing novel anti-inflammatory strategies to improve lung function in people suffering from COPD. This position will see the chosen individual conduct cell experiments, manage tissue culture, oversee students within the laboratory and collect and maintain data.
The Centre for Air pollution, energy and health Research (CAR) is seeking a part-time Knowledge and Translation Broker (KTB) for a maternity leave position. A KTB is someone who acts as an intermediary between researchers and the wider public to disseminate research findings but also to ensure that they have real world impact.