Who we are Work with us Work with us As an equal opportunity employer, we are always seeking active and diverse members of the medical community to join the team. We encourage individuals with a shared ambition for providing outstanding patient care and an interest in blood disorders research to apply for position openings at PBI. To be notified of new opportunities, please subscribe to our newsletter. Current vacancies NEW Clinical Research Fellowship - Part-time 0.5 FTE - January 2023 to December 2024 The Perth Blood Institute (PBI) conducts medical research into blood disorders, including their causes, prevention and treatment options; facilitates access to high quality clinical trials for people affected by blood disorders; and provides valuable information about blood disorders to its community of patients and their families. PBI is pleased to call for applications for a PBI Clinical Research Fellowship to be taken up from January 2024. PBI is flexible with the commencement date, and is able to provide performance based extensions beyond the initial 12 month term. PBI is seeking a FRACP/FRCPA qualified, highly motivated and enthusiastic Haematology Fellow / new consultant Haematologist to join our thriving haematology and research practice. Our centre of excellence is co-located in West Perth alongside Western Haematology and Oncology Clinics and Western Diagnostic Pathology, and at Murdoch University. The successful applicant will work closely with our Clinical Trials Unit in performing Sponsor and Investigator initiated research and conducting clinical consultations. Currently we have over 30 active clinical trials. There may also be an opportunity for additional clinical laboratory haematology consultation experience, depending on interest and circumstance. Furthermore, there is also an opportunity to initiate and conduct your own investigator led research and to pursue your private haematology practice to supplement this opportunity. PBI Clinical Research Fellowship Priorities: Alignment with PBI vision and aims – to extend the lifespan and quality of life for those living with blood disorders. Able to combine research with clinical haematology role. Focus on optimising outcomes while ensuring exceptional clinical care to patients enrolled on clinical trials. PBI Clinical Research Fellowship Value: The Clinical Research Fellowship is funded to a total value of $75,000 for a period of one year (at 0.5FTE), with performance-based extensions beyond the initial 12 month term. As a Not for Profit, PBI provides favourable salary sacrificing arrangements and related tax benefits. If further clinical haematology consultation work opportunities are undertaken, depending on interest and circumstances, this would provide additional earnings. Additionally, living in Western Australia provides attract quality of life benefits, such as an outdoor lifestyle, favourable climate and clean environment, along with many comparative cost of living benefits. PBI Clinical Research Fellowship Eligibility: Applicants must: Be able to take up the Fellowship from January 2024, or other mutually agreed date Be FRACP and/or FRCPA qualified in Haematology Be an Australian or New Zealand resident Provide regular progress reports to PBI Applications close on Friday, 11 August 2023 at 5:00 pm Please forward a cover letter, CV and the names and contact details of 2 referees to: Professor Ross Baker Chair, The Perth Blood Institute [email protected] For further information please email [email protected] To view the full description and to apply please head to Seek. Student placements Our research teams offer undergraduate, honours, masters and PhD research-based places through the College of Science, Health, Engineering and Education, Murdoch University, Australia. The team also welcomes hearing from year 11 and 12 high school students with an interest in participating in translational molecular science research. Through successful guidance and support from PBI and Murdoch University scientists, visit our news page to find out how former student researchers are contributing to the future of medicine. The team also welcomes hearing from year 11 and 12 high school students with an interest in participating in translational molecular science research: Medical Science Encounters for school students Perth Blood Institute offers a program to support students wanting to gain work experience in medical research. Our researchers and scientists focus on major blood disorders relevant to the Western Australian community. Participants can expect engagement in exciting basic science and translational molecular biology research utilising cutting edge technology. This work is directed at understanding the mechanism of blood disorders and the development of novel treatment strategies. Over the course of the workshop students get their hands dirty with a range of experiments to get a taste of a career in medical science and understand why people bleed. The students engage with PBI and Murdoch University scientists as they explain their area of research and lead you through your own experiments. Find out more To be considered for a research project, please email a one-page Expression of Interest letter to us, ensuring that you include the following heading: “RE: Expression of Interest – Translational research student participation”.