The Systems Biology Institute (SBI) established a node of the Institute in Australia in 2013. This enabled the SBI to expand into the Australian scientific landscape. The headquarters for SBI Australia are located at the Clayton campus of Monash University in Melbourne. The node has connected Japanese and Australian research and industry partners. It has also facilitated the sharing of scientific technology, resources and expertise.
SBI Australia has developed and supported Australian systems biology capacity through research, training and outreach. It provides a platform to connect and promote Australian research to the international systems biology community.
In order to support systems biology research through the provision of computing power we also facilitate access to Australia’s high performance computing capacity as well as software platforms and resources.
SBI Australia welcomes interest from undergraduate and postgraduate students, postdoctoral fellows and research and industry organisations who would like to be part of this venture.
|Director, SBI Australia
We are seeking a self-motivated, internationally recognised academic in systems biology as Director for SBI Australia; an EMBL Australia initiative and the first international node of The Systems Biology Institute (SBI) of Japan.SBI Australia, located at Monash University, promotes Australia’s capacity and reputation for systems biology through an extensive program of research, training and outreach, and through engagement with Australian and international government, industry and research organisations.The Director will be responsible for providing dynamic leadership and vision in setting the academic direction for SBI Australia and facilitation of its research programs. The Director will be the lead advocate for research and best practice in systems biology at Monash and throughout Australia especially through the EMBL Australia and Systems Biology Institute initiatives.The Director will establish collaborative links with national and international research organisations in related fields and establish new opportunities for funding of systems biology research and teaching through competitive grants, government funding and philanthropy.This is an ideal opportunity for someone looking to lead SBI Australia into its next phase of development, capitalising on the existing strong international linkages that have already been created.A competitive package commensurate with the skills and experience of the successful applicant will be offered.Further information about this position can be obtained from:Prof Nadia Rosenthal, Scientific Head, EMBL Australia: Nadia.firstname.lastname@example.org
Prof Hiroaki Kitano, Director, Systems Biology Institute: email@example.com
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