The Fellow will work alongside clinicians, variant curators, and biologists to realise the strategic objectives of the Precision Medicine Initiative by facilitating and participating in the MTB Programme. Specifically, the Fellow will help develop and run a multidisciplinary MTB that converts somatic variants (and occasionally germline variants) into treatment decisions for people with cancer. The Fellow will be part of a team that conducts translational research that pairs clinical insight with genomics to improve patient care in the longer term.
This role could be coupled with a clinical position at Te Whatu Ora Tamaki Makaurau Auckland depending on availability.
An MBChB or equivalent qualification is essential. Preferred qualifications include obtained or working towards FRACP, FRACS or FRCPA or equivalent; or Fellowship in another college or specialty that would enable significant contribution to the MTB; and considering (or undertaking) a postgraduate qualification e.g., PhD, MD, MSc
This is a 24-month fixed term contract with the flexibility to work from 0.5FTE up to 1FTE
Remuneration: RF1 $94,981 + medical loading
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