Research Assistant In Epilepsy Genetics Research

at University of Melbourne

An enthusiastic research assistant is sought to undertake cutting-edge clinical and genetic research into epilepsy at the world-renowned Epilepsy Research Centre.

The Research Assistant will be responsible for: -Recruitment of participants -Conduct of in-depth participant interviews -Data collection and entry -Study data collation -Blood collection -Coordination of clinical appointments -Sourcing relevant medical information -Assistance with grant applications, research publications and presentations

The Melbourne Brain Centre is a world-renowned research facility, home to several high-achieving research groups including those led by Melbourne Laureate Professors Sam Berkovic and Ingrid Scheffer, both world authorities on epilepsy and neurology. This position is a University of Melbourne academic position bringing with it many benefits of being part of the most highly-ranked University in the country including access to world-class research facilities, electronic research resources and highly productive and collaborative networks.

Melbourne Victoria Australia

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