PhD Scholarship in Molecular Ecology, Macquarie University
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The PhD Scholarship in Molecular Ecology of Cryptosporidium in Rural and Urban NSW is available to Australian and international students.
Applicants should have completed an Australian four-year undergraduate degree in a relevant discipline with first class honours, or demonstrate equivalent research qualifications from an Australian or overseas University.
Candidates should have a background in microbiology, parasitology, molecular biology or epidemiology, and having the availability to undertake the required fieldwork for this project is essential.
The scholarship pays a living allowance currently $20,007 per annum, tax exempt and the tenure is a maximum 3.5 years full time, subject to satisfactory progress.
Tuition fees will be funded for the scholarship tenure, with domestic students receiving Research Training Scheme (RTS) placement for their tuition, and International award holders having their fees sponsored.
Further information regarding the project is available by contacting the supervisors: Dr Michelle Power, telephone +61 2 9850 6974, mpower[at]els.mq.edu.au, and Dr Belinda Ferrari, telephone +61 2 9850 9252, bferrari [at] cbms.mq.edu.au.
Applications should be forwarded to:
The Scholarship Officer
For further details, and application materials, contact: PhD Scholarship in Molecular Ecology
The Research Hub
Level 3, C5C East
Macquarie University NSW 2109
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