Join our research team in driving real-world improvement in cancer control

Prof. Karen Canfell and Assoc. Prof Natalie Taylor

The Daffodil Centre, a joint venture between Cancer Council NSW and the University of Sydney, was officially launched on 30 March 2021. Six newly created research positions are open now, giving outstanding researchers of different levels an unparalleled opportunity to join this new world-leading centre driving real-world improvements in cancer control.

Application period extended until 2 May 2021.

Accelerate your research career

Four research-focused positions are available at different levels, to lead and contribute to the world-class research programs in The Daffodil Centre. Research excellence is a key focus of the positions. The positions will involve leading or co-leading and contributing to the design, conduct, analysis and reporting of high-quality, high-impact, cancer control research with multi-disciplinary collaboration of academics, clinicians, policymakers and other stakeholders.

Our research coalesces around four ‘hubs’:

Running across these hubs are common themes including: reducing inequities in risk, detection and outcomes; policy translation and implementation; consumer and community engagement; and responding to urgent and emergent cancer public health issues.

The Fellows will be appointed to conduct research that aligns with one or more of the Centre’s research hubs, contributing to developing synergies across current research programs within the hub or across more than one hub.

Position details and how to apply

Launch your research career

Two research-focused postdoctoral fellowships are available. The positions will involve contributing to the design, conduct, analysis and reporting of high-quality, real world-impact cancer control research with multi-disciplinary academics, clinicians, policymakers, consumers and other stakeholders. Mentoring and career development opportunities will be provided.

Our research coalesces around four ‘hubs’:

Running across these hubs are common themes including: reducing inequities in risk, detection and outcomes; policy translation and implementation; consumer and community engagement; and responding to urgent and emergent cancer public health issues.

The Postdoctoral Fellows will be appointed to conduct research that aligns with one or more of these research themes.

Position details and how to apply

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