Otago

DEPARTMENT OF ANATOMY SCHOOL OF BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES

Our department Since its establishment in 1905, the Department of Anatomy has grown to become one of the largest Departments in the University. It is committed to excellence in its teaching and research. The Department makes major contributions to the undergraduate and postgraduate education of students in science, medicine, dentistry,

Otago

Otago University – DEPARTMENT OF ANATOMY

DEPARTMENT OF ANATOMY Our department Since its establishment in 1905, the Department Anatomy has grown to become one of the largest Departments in the University. We are committed to excellence in teaching and research. The Department makes major contributions to the undergraduate and postgraduate education of students in science, medicine,

New Zealand

Pharmacology and Therapeutic Advisory Committee Member Vacancies

Come share your professional clinical experience, expertise and desire to deliver new medicines and devices to all New Zealanders with us. PHARMAC is a Government agency responsible for ensuring New Zealanders have access to a wide range of affordable medicines making vital contributions to New Zealand’s health outcomes. The Pharmacology

Nelson Hospital

General Surgeon – Nelson Hospital

  Are you available to cover parental leave until mid-January 2020 – with possibility of extension? Join our busy surgical unit with lots of interesting and varied procedures Enjoy your stay in one of New Zealand’s most sought after regions About the role We are looking for a General Surgeon

Bariatric Surgical Fellow (Fixed Term)

Bariatric Surgical Fellow (Fixed Term)

With 630,000 people living in our district, Waitemata District Health Board (WDHB) has the largest – and second fastest growing population among all district health boards in New Zealand. We employ around 8,000 people in more than 30 different locations in the northern and western parts of Auckland. Our main

Australia

Post Fellowship Education and Training Program in Transplantation Surgery

The PFET Program in Transplantation Surgery is for General Surgeons. The program consists of two years Education and Training in Transplantation Surgery, following successful completion of the Fellowship Examination and SET Program requirements in General Surgery. For further information click here

Waikato Hospital

Fellowship Endocrine/Bariatric/General Surgery

Supervised by Mr Rowan French and Mr Meyer-Rochow. For more information please contact Mr Rowan French

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