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research fellow to join the Tuberculosis Research Group led by Dr. Alberto García-Basteiro at ISGlobal & CISM

Training and experience /Qualifications:

Masters in epidemiology/public health/tropical medicine/infectious diseases or related disciplines (we expect undergraduate degree holders in Biology, Microbiology, Medicine, Pharmacy, Biotechnology, among others). Additional profiles will be considered if highly motivated researchers who have documented experience in TB research or laboratory methods.
Experience developing algorithms or building data solutions, and integrating and managing datasets from multiple sources will be an asset.
Experience of analyzing clinical/healthcare data.
Be willing to work in an interdisciplinary team within a highly collaborative research institute
Be fluent in spoken and written English
Be willing to apply to individual fellowships, which will contribute to strengthen ISGLobal’s TB research portfolio.
Key Responsibilities:
Coordinate and supervise study procedures in the field and ensure adherence to protocol of all study staff.
Carry out high-quality research independently and propose new studies.
Help develop robust training sessions and data infrastructure to support collaborative related projects at ISGlobal/CISM
Publish research results in scientific journals and in national and international conferences.
Collaborate in any other activities of the research center (meetings, clinical or laboratory sessions, journal clubs, etc.), as per agreement with the direct supervisor.
Reporting line
This post falls under the Tuberculosis Research Group and reports to its responsible, the PI of the project.

The head of the Group has the responsibility to define the tasks and responsibilities to be developed and to supervise them.

Other general aspects
Medical assistance is provided in places that are under the management and responsibility of the Mozambican State. Therefore, the tasks should be carried out according to the rules of clinical conduct in force in Mozambique, and in accordance with the guidelines and guidelines indicated by the Director of the District Services for Women's Health and Social Action and the District Chief Physician.

Assistance activities can only be carried out after authorization by the Minister and the Order of Doctors of Mozambique.

Non academic
Closing date
January 31st, 2022
Posted on
January 14th, 2022 14:48
Last updated
January 14th, 2022 14:48