The Monash Bioethics Centre is currently recruiting for a Research Fellow to work within the Reproductive Biomedicine and Technology research program, led by Professor Catherine Mills. This program addresses ethical, social and regulatory issues that arise around emerging biomedical practices and technologies in human reproduction. The Fellow will play a key role in building capacity in the program, particularly for the translation of program research findings for policy, regulatory and/or other impacts. This is an exciting postdoctoral opportunity for a recent PhD graduate or ECR interested in the social, ethical and regulatory (inc. policy) aspects of human reproduction. Candidates with interests in genomics, health policy, technology innovation, women’s health, would also be appropriate insofar as these intersect with reproduction (ethics expertise is desirable but not essential).
Further details can be found here.
Sunday 31 October 2021, 11:55 pm AEDT
Professor Catherine Mills, Monash Bioethics Centre, [email protected]