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    Lecturer/ Senior Lecturer

    Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology


    The University of Melbourne

    An opportunity exists for a dynamic individual to join
    one of Australia's leading Anatomy Departments. Your
    major role will be in the teaching of topographic
    anatomy to students in medicine, science and the
    health professions. In addition, there is opportunity
    for you to maintain an active research program and to
    participate in research in and beyond the department.
    You will carry out administrative duties associated
    with Departmental research and teaching. You may also
    supervise Honours and postgraduate students

    You are expected to have a medical degree, a PhD, or a
    professional degree in a related relevant area. An
    excellent record in teaching and the organization of
    teaching topographic anatomy is desirable.

    Research areas represented in the Department include
    Neuroscience: which encompasses sensory mechanisms,
    autonomic neuroscience, pain research, developmental
    neurobiology, axon guidance, glial cell biology and
    behavioural neuroscience, Cell and molecular biology,
    which includes oncogene research, growth and
    differentiation factors, drosophila genetics lens
    development and connective tissue biology, Applied
    anatomy and biomechanics which incorporates spinal
    segmental testing, connective tissue histology,
    mapping of arterial territories and distribution of
    muscle fibre types.

    Facilities include: molecular biology, tissue culture,
    primate neurophysiology, cell physiology, including
    intracellular and patch recording laboratories,
    biomechanics laboratory, confocal microscopy, IT and
    graphics support, time-lapse microscopy, modern animal
    house facilities, including facilities for maintenance
    of transgenic animals.

    The benefits: Salary will depend on qualifications and
    experience and will be in the following ranges:
    $59,536 - $70,699 p.a. (Lecturer, Level B), $72,932 -
    $84,096 p.a. (Senior Lecturer, Level C). Employer
    superannuation contributions of 17 percent, salary
    packaging and staff training and development
    opportunities are available.

    Employment type: This is a full-time (continuing)

    Contact: For further information contact Tricia
    Hartshorn on +613 8344 5804, fax +613 9347 5219, email

    Applications close on February 25th. Position Number

    Applicants must provide a detailed curriculum vitae by
    the closing date. Please quote the position number
    and include the names, telephone, facsimile numbers
    and email addresses of three professional referees.

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