Now Hiring: Research Fellows/Associates

We’re excited to share that the Centre for Biomedical Ethics is currently looking for two motivated, well-qualified Research Fellows or Research Associates! Details are as follows:


1) Research Fellow

The Research Fellow will be working at the NUS Centre for Biomedical Ethics on the CENTRES (Clinical Ethics Network+ Research Ethics Support) project. Funded by the Ministry of Health, CENTRES is a networking and training platform to enhance capabilities in ethics committees work in Singapore. The position lasts for one year, with the possibility of renewal for another year if performance is satisfactory. Applications are due November 16, 2016.

Further details can be found at:


2) Research Fellow or Research Associate

The Research Fellow/Associate will work on a cutting edge empirical bioethics at the National University of Singapore’s Centre for Biomedical Ethics. The position is part of the Integrating Ethics Policy in Precision Genomics project, funded by a Humanities and Social Sciences seed grant as well as the Centre for Precision and Population Health (NUS). The position will begin between January and March 2017, ending 31 March 2017, with the possibility of extension if future grant applications are successful. Applications will be considered on a rolling basis.


Further details can be found at:


Please use the links above for information about qualifications, how to apply and whom to contact with queries. If you would like to be considered for both positions, you may make a single application and make a note of your interest in the other position in your covering letter.

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