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Marketing communications - Asia Research News
Asia Research News | Open until filled

Asia Research News seeks a new marketing communications team member to advance the companyโ€™s brand visibility. This is a remote position. We welcome candidates from any location, especially from Asia.

Research Assistant (Flow Cytometry Core) - A/Prof Takaomi Sanda
Cancer Science Institute of Singapore | Open until filled

Laboratory Executive/Research Assistant โ€“ Fluorescence Activated Cell Sorting (FACS) core A fulltime Laboratory Executive or Research Assistant position in the Fluorescence Activated Cell Sorting (FACS) Facility is available immediately. The successful candidate will aid the institute in providing flow cytometry service for users. The candidate can also choose to work on either research or administrative tasks under the supervision of A/Prof. Takaomi Sanda.

Communications Manager (Radio Free Asia)
Radio Free Asia | Open until filled

Radio Free Asia (RFA) seeks a seasoned Communications Manager to assist in positioning RFA as a key player in the information space, bringing answers, accountability and empowerment to people living in closed media environments under authoritarian rule.

Scientific Manager
Cancer Science Institute of Singapore | Open until filled

The Scientific Project Officer will be responsible for day-to-day management of specific research initiatives and large program grants, requiring excellent interpersonal and writing skills, a high level of organization, diplomacy, focus, ability to work under tight deadlines, and familiarity with biomedical research environments.

Research Fellow - Dr. Sriram Sridharan's Lab
Cancer Science Institute of Singapore | Open until filled

A Bioinformatics Postdoctoral Fellow (PDF) position is available immediately at the Cancer Science Institute (a part of The National University of Singapore) in the laboratory of Dr. Sriram Sridharan. The research will focus in the broad area of replication stress, DNA damage and genome integrity. This is an exciting opportunity to deploy expertise in computational biology in an active multidisciplinary environment. The PDF will develop novel bioinformatics pipeline(s) to analyze and integrate unpublished/publicly available genomic(s) datasets. The objective is to establish new biomarkers as well as to generate experimentally testable hypotheses. The generated biomarkers and hypotheses will be tested in clinical/experimental datasets in collaboration with wet-lab scientists.

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Cancer Science Institute of Singapore | Open until filled

The position of DevOps Software Engineer is immediately available in the Genome and Data Analytics Core (GeDaC) at the Cancer Science Institute of Singapore (CSI) -- a part of National University of Singapore. The CSI GeDaC is building a platform to facilitate the automated processing and analysis of large cancer genomics datasets. Successful candidates, in conjunction with bioinformatics experts, will build and optimize various components of this platform. This position provides a unique opportunity to apply DevOps skills to Amazon Web Services (AWS), data-intensive computing, and artificial intelligence to drive novel discoveries in cancer genomics.

Research Associate - A/Prof David Tan (Main RM), Prof Shazib Pervaiz (co-RM)
Cancer Science Institute of Singapore | Open until filled

We are seeking an enthusiastic and highly motivated Research Associate to aid in cell line development and maintenance at the NUS Centre for Cancer Research (N2CR) under the Tissue Specific Carcinogenesis (TSC) Theme.

Research Assistant - Dr Yong Wei Peng
Cancer Science Institute of Singapore | Open until filled

We are seeking an enthusiastic and highly motivated Research Assistant / Research Associate to assist and provide support in several research projects utilising patient-derived organoids (PDO) in the Tissue Specific Carcinogenesis Theme in N2CR.

Research Assistant - Prof. Ashok's Lab
Cancer Science Institute of Singapore | Open until filled

Are you a biomedical researcher motivated to pursue an outstanding career in cancer research with a focus on organoid research? Cancer will affect more than 1 in 3 Singaporeans. At the Cancer Science Institute (CSI), our mission is to be at the global forefront of research to overcome this scourge. Our innovative international faculty, cutting-edge facilities, supportive working environment and competitive package together enable each of our staff to realize their maximum potential. We now seek a Research Assistant/ Associate to join the team of Prof. Ashok Venkitaraman. This is an exciting opportunity to work closely with a world-leading cancer researcher to undertake pioneering research on the role of genome instability in human carcinogenesis (eg., see Venkitaraman Science (2014) PMID:24675954 and Venkitaraman DNA Repair (2019) PMID:31337537). The role will provide expertise in the establishment, genetic manipulation and maintenance of human and murine organoid cultures as well as design/ perform and analyse work within the project parameters.

Research Scientist - Prof. Ashok's Lab
Cancer Science Institute of Singapore | Open until filled

Are you a biomedical researcher motivated to pursue an outstanding career in cancer research with a focus on organoid research? Cancer will affect more than 1 in 3 Singaporeans. At the Cancer Science Institute (CSI), our mission is to be at the global forefront of research to overcome this scourge. Our innovative international faculty, cutting-edge facilities, supportive working environment and competitive package together enable each of our staff to realize their maximum potential. We now seek a Research Scientist/ Fellow to join the team of Prof. Ashok Venkitaraman. This is an exciting opportunity to work closely with a world-leading cancer researcher to undertake pioneering research on the role of genome instability in human carcinogenesis (eg., see Venkitaraman Science (2014) PMID:24675954 and Venkitaraman DNA Repair (2019) PMID:31337537). The role will provide expertise in the establishment, genetic manipulation and maintenance of human and murine organoid cultures as well as design/ perform and analyse work within the project parameters.