South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute
The South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI) is South Australia’s first independent, flagship health and medical research institute and the pioneer of the state’s new Health and Biomedical Precinct on North Terrace.
The Institute houses a mix of 600 South Australian, interstate and international researchers in its purpose built, iconic building – a symbol of a growing, vibrant Adelaide. The facility has been a key element in attracting new research talent and retaining the best from within SA. SAHMRI supports and fosters an environment where early career researchers can build their careers and undertake world-leading research.
15 Apr, 2024  
Summary   Located on the traditional lands of the Kaurna people SAHMRI acknowledges Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as the first peoples of Australia and the longest continuous living culture in the world. At SAHMRI we believe in creating opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in health and medical research.   About the role As part of our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Workforce Strategy, we affirm our commitment to improving Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander equity across our workforce. SAHMRI is continually seeking Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who are interested in working in an organisation passionate about improving the health and wellbeing of our communities. We invite you to register your interest for career opportunities here at SAHMRI through our talent register. To register, fill in the online form and attach a copy of your current CV. Your information and details...
South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute Full time Part time
15 Apr, 2024  
Summary   Expressions of Interest -  Paid internship in Indigenous Genomics   About the role Up to $10,000 per internship. Time commitment: Full-time or part-time Available up to a total of 10-12 weeks.   The Australian Alliance for Indigenous Genomics (ALIGN) is an MRFF-funded initiative aimed at enhancing Indigenous leadership in genomics, research, and healthcare to address the disparities experienced by Australia’s First Peoples. ALIGN is a national partnership with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander stakeholders, and communities, clinical services and researchers. The South Australian node of ALIGN is led by researchers based in the Aboriginal Health Equity Unit (Wardliparingga) at the South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI) and at the South Australian Genomics Centre (SAGC), a national genomics facility also based at SAHMRI. SAGC – in conjunction with ALIGN and...
South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute North Terrace, Adelaide SA, Australia Intern