Centre for Eye Research, Brisbane, Australia, Postdoctoral Research Fellowship
The Centre for Eye Research at the Queensland University of Technology has
a vigorous program of research investigating human vision, the visual
requirements of the community and how its visual problems can be resolved
or alleviated. Research activities encompass the applied, clinical and
theoretical aspects of the visual and ophthalmic sciences and is
concentrated into 5 main areas.
Visual optics and contact lenses (Associate Professor Michael Collins)
Visual performance and driving, particularly in the elderly (Associate
Professor Joanne Wood)
Mechanisms of eye growth, including both animal and human studies of
refractive error development (Dr Katrina Schmid)
Characteristics of accommodation and ocular aberrations (Associate
Professor David Atchison)
Low vision assessment and mobility studies (Associate Professor Jan
The Centre is seeking to appoint a Postdoctoral Fellow to conduct research
within these areas of interest. The appointee will be located at the Kelvin
Grove campus of QUT. The appointment will be fixed term for two years.
A Postdoctoral Fellowship normally will be awarded to a person who has less
than five years full-time professional experience since being awarded their
Salary: A$44681 to A$47960 depending on qualifications and experience.
Applicants interested in the appointment should contact the Director of the
Centre for Eye Research, Professor Leo Carney, on telephone :int + 61 + 7 +
3864 5738; fax: int + 61+ 7 + 3864 5665; or email email@example.com.
Closing date: 22 January 2001
School of Optometry
Faculty of Health, QUT
Victoria Park Road
Kelvin Grove Qld Australia 4059
Ph: +61 7 3864 5736
Fax: +61 7 3864 5665
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