Fellowships & Recruitment
30 Nov 2022
POST-DOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP (1 position)
Closing date for applications: 15 December 2022
The Biomedical Research and Training Institute (BRTI), a not-for-profit research and training institution building health research capacity in Zimbabwe and the SADC region, is inviting applications for a Post-doctoral fellowship sponsored by the Fogarty International Center of the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
The fellowship on offer seeks to recruit a Post-doctoral Fellow to be trained and carry out research that looks at the synergistic relationship between HIV/AIDS/TB/Other opportunistic infections and climate change and health. The fellowship will provide multi-disciplinary training to the recipient to conduct high-quality, innovative, and locally relevant community-based research on climate change and HIV using critical skills in genomics, bioinformatics, implementation science and data science to analyse mitigation, adaptive, behavioural and biological interventions for HIV programming.
Applicants must be:
- Zimbabwean nationals or permanent residents
- Affiliated to a Local institute of higher learning or reputable research institute
Qualifications and Experience
- PhD in any of the following or related disciplines: Biological Sciences, (Genomics/Bioinformatics/Virology/Biostatistics/Ecology), Environmental Health Sciences, Geography or Social sciences
- More than two publications in peer-reviewed scientific journals
- Excellent oral and written communication skills
Responsibilities and The applicant is expected to:
Develop research proposals for local and international funding focussing on climate change and health
Collaborate with other scientists to conduct community-based HIV research projects focussing on climate change and health
Present/Publish the results in scientific conferences/journals
Facilitate short courses on key research topics and train stakeholders in the One Health consortium
Mentor students within their field of expertise
Champion climate change and health issues at national forums
Engage the relevant ministries and contribute to a technical working group on climate change and health
To apply, please email your CV, two representative publications, completed application form and contact details for three references to: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Incomplete Application forms without the required support documents will not be considered.