The PhD Scholarship will be awarded on the basis of academic excellence through the applicant’s curriculum vitae, references from senior colleagues in the field and the likelihood of the applicant’s future involvement in the Wound Management Innovation CRC research project. The PhD scholarship is awarded for up to 3 years and consists of an annual stipend of $23,728 tax free. Applicants may apply for a maximum extension of the PhD scholarship of up to six months, in line with an extension of their primary award. An allowance of up to $3,000 per annum will be available, subject to satisfactory subject, to attend and participate in national and international conferences.
•Prospective PhD candidates applying with strong undergraduate academic training in the field of Applied Statistics or Bioinformatics are eligible to apply. •Domestic or international student. •Part-time PhD candidates are not eligible to apply.