Australian and New Zealand Society of Nephrology

Call for Expressions of Interest (EOI) 

ANZSN Education and Training Committee 

Renal Scientist

The ANZSN Council invites Renal Scientists who are Ordinary or Affiliate Members to submit an Expression of Interest to join the newly created ANZSN Education and Training Committee. 

To be eligible, you must hold a PhD and be actively undertaking basic science research with an established track record in any field related to the kidney and associated disease conditions. 

Purpose of the Committee:

Reporting to the ANZSN Council, the purpose of the Committee is to foster, promote and deliver high-quality education and training in Nephrology, including from Basic to Clinical Science. 

Key functions of the Committee are to:

The draft Terms of Reference can be accessed here.

Diversity and Equity

The ANZSN is committed to diversity and equitable representation on its Committees and Working Groups. Our Gender Equity Diversity Statement can be found here.

Terms of appointment

The term of appointment is three years 

Meetings

The Committee will meet approximately four times per year. The majority of meetings are conducted by teleconference. 

Expression of Interest

Please send a brief email indicating your interest, any special skills or experience you could contribute and a recent CV to Associate Professor Kamal Sud, Honorary Executive Officer, at email: anzsn@nephrology.edu.au by COB 13 November 2019. 

All Expressions of Interest will be treated as confidential.

 

Call for Expressions of Interest (EOI) 

ANZSN Education and Training Committee 

Non-Nephrologist Researcher 

The ANZSN Council invites non-Nephrologist researchers who are Ordinary or Affiliate Members to submit an Expression of Interest to join the newly created ANZSN Education and Training Committee. 

To be eligible you must be involved in research in any field related to the kidney and associated disease conditions. A PhD is desirable, but not essential. 

Please note that both scientists and allied health professionals (dietitians, economists, nurses, and others) who meet the eligibility criteria are encouraged to apply 

Purpose of the Committee:

Reporting to the ANZSN Council, the purpose of the Committee is to foster, promote and deliver high-quality education and training in Nephrology, including from Basic to Clinical Science. 

Key functions of the Committee are to:

The draft Terms of Reference can be accessed here.

Diversity and Equity

The ANZSN is committed to diversity and equitable representation on its Committees and Working Groups. Our Gender Equity Diversity Statement can be found here.

Terms of appointment

The term of appointment is three years 

Meetings

The Committee will meet approximately four times per year. The majority of meetings are conducted by teleconference.

Expression of Interest

Please send a brief email indicating your interest, any special skills or experience you could contribute and a recent CV to Associate Professor Kamal Sud, Honorary Executive Officer, at email: anzsn@nephrology.edu.au by COB 13 November 2019. 

All Expressions of Interest will be treated as confidential.