Singapore Eye Research Institute

Clinical Research Fellow (Ocular Surface)

Job Category:  Research
Posting Date:  26 Feb 2024

About SERI

 

SERI, the research arm of SNEC, was established in 1997 with the mission to conduct high-impact eye research that prevents blindness, low vision and major eye diseases in Singapore. Till date, SERI has conducted landmark research projects that have led to tangible outcomes, patient benefits and success stories. It has been paving the way for significant improvements in how eye diseases are treated and prevented, not just within Singapore but on a global scale.

 

By joining SERI, you can:

  • Work with a Purpose: Meaningful impact towards improving patients’ lives through research
  • Maximise your Potential: Opportunity to work with global and top researchers at one of Singapore’s largest research institutes and be engaged in continuous learning and development opportunities
  • Be Connected and Cared for: People-centric environment that supports your personal well-being guided by our core values of Compassion, Integrity, Collaboration

 

What you'll do:

  • Assist Principal Investigators in the recruitment of subjects, conduct Informed Consent and eligibility checks
  • Conduct and coordinate translational research in eye-related diseases within SERI/SNEC in line with its research strategy
  • Assist in management of these research projects, which includes supervising post-doctoral research assistants, research students, technical and other support staff
  • Publish research outcomes in appropriate journals of international standing and to publish and disseminate the result of research and scholarship in other reputable outlets
  • Attend and present research findings and papers at academic and professional conferences, and to contribute to the external visibility of the department
  • Draft research reports for the Director, Principal Investigators
  • To ensure compliance with health and safety in all aspects of work
  • To assist the Principal Investigators with grant applications

 

What you'll need to have:

  • MBBS or Master degree (Ophthalmology), FRCS or its equivalent and would have completed 2 years of advance training rotations in general ophthalmology
  • Strong interpersonal, time management and communication skills in both verbal and written
  • Meticulous and highly attentive to details
  • Able to multi-task and work independently

 

Eventual package offered will commensurate with qualification(s) and experience(s).