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This Research Fellow (bioinformatics) position will seek to apply modern informatic analytical concepts to a wide range of data modalities being produced through a large multi-centre programme.
They will be a key figure in the curation of datasets and validation of key markers within these signatures.
To assist with technical and administrative support to ensure the delivery of a high quality IT support service to users within the Queen’s Management School.
The successful applicant will be appointed to a Clinical Academic contract, he/she will also provide clinical academic leadership within the Department of Restorative Dentistry in the Belfast Health and Social Care Trust and be responsible for delivering and enhancing the clinical service.
To act as a post-doctoral research fellow on a Seagate Technology / Royal Academy of Engineering funded project on advanced materials for data storage within the Centre for Nanostructured Media in the School of Mathematics and Physics.
Working as part of the School of EEECS, and in conjunction with the Faculty Student Recruitment Hub, the Technology and Innovation Officer will have responsibility for School outreach activities, internal and external communications and the development and delivery of events.
To be an active member of the research team assisting in the development and pre-clinical and industrial translation of novel microneedle-based systems for transdermal drug delivery.
To deliver effective teaching and learning on the Pharmaceutical Sciences and Pharmaceutical Biotechnology pathways, principally at the China Medical University – Queen’s University Belfast Joint College.
To provide comprehensive financial and clerical support within the School of Electronics, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science.
To be an active member of Campbell UK & Ireland, located within the Centre for Evidence and Social Innovation (CESI), assisting in the planning and delivery of literature searching and information retrieval to support the production of high quality Campbell Systematic Reviews.
The role will actively seek to promote the profile of Campbell UK & Ireland nationally and internationally and to attract external funding for the work of the Centre to help achieve the better use of systematic reviews by governments, policy-makers and practitioners.