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Register for the June CEBRAnar, “Streamlining the risk assessment process”, Tim van Gelder & Ariel Kruger, 30 June

The Research & Innovation Team is excited to bring you our next research webinar showcasing leading researchers from the Centre of Excellence for Biosecurity Risk Analysis (CEBRA) at the University of Melbourne. CEBRA supports both the department and the New Zealand Ministry for Primary Industries’ (NZ MPI) vital biosecurity activities by providing evidence-based tools, analyses […]

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Register for the May CEBRAnar: “Proportional value of interventions across pathways and layers of the biosecurity system”, Prof. Andrew Robinson, 26 May

The Research & Innovation Team is excited to bring you our next research webinar showcasing leading researchers from the Centre of Excellence for Biosecurity Risk Analysis (CEBRA) at the University of Melbourne. CEBRA supports both the department and the New Zealand Ministry for Primary Industries’ (NZ MPI) vital biosecurity activities by providing evidence-based tools, analyses […]

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Job opportunity: APHIS Biotechnology Regulatory Services is recruiting 2 scientists

USDA APHIS Biotechnology Regulatory Services is recruiting two GS-13 biological scientists to work in their Biotechnology Risk Assessment Program. This would be a great match for someone with experience in forest biology or ecology/molecular ecology and experience or interest in risk assessment. Application period closes 18 April 2022 so don’t delay! https://www.usajobs.gov/job/646878000 (Thanks to IPRRG […]

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Register for the March CEBRAnar: “Value and value added – modelling and maximising the impact of our biosecurity system”, Dr Aaron Dodd, 31 Mar

The Research & Innovation Team is excited to bring you our next research webinar showcasing leading researchers from the Centre of Excellence for Biosecurity Risk Analysis (CEBRA) at the University of Melbourne. CEBRA supports the department’s vital biosecurity activities by providing evidence-based tools, analyses and advice to improve Australia’s biosecurity system. This month we present: […]

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Job opportunity: Met Office (UK) seeks scientist to assess climate / pest risk relationships in China

The Met Office (UK) has an opportunity for a scientist to join their small group in Climate Science and focus on assessing relationships between global climate variations and crop pest (or pathogen) risks in China. The work is part of a large international project and would be conducted in collaboration with scientists at the Met […]

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