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We have 27 PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students in Melbourne

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PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students in Melbourne

We have 27 PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students in Melbourne

Biomechanical signalling in human heart disease

About the Project. The human heart undergoes more than 2 billion beats throughout an individual's lifetime, with its rhythm precisely regulated by signalling events that continuously adapt to the biomechanical stress exerted on the ventricular walls. Read more

PhD Scholarship Opportunity: novel technologies for vision restoration

We are looking for 1-2 highly motivated, passionate, and competitive candidate for fully funded PhD positions in developing exciting technologies for vision restoration. Read more

Trauma & Addiction

Trauma and addiction frequently co-occur. About 1 in 2 people in addiction treatment settings have symptoms of PTSD, yet integrated treatment is not routinely available. Read more

PhD in stem cell modelling for neuropsychiatric disorders

This project provides a unique opportunity to explore the developmental origins of schizophrenia—a severe mental health disorder—using cutting-edge patient-derived stem cell models. Read more

Fully Funded PhD studentships in Child Health and Neurodevelopment available October 2024

Study for a PhD in Australia and the UK. We have FULLY FUNDED 3 year PhD studentships on the Aston Deakin Cotutelle Program (ADCP PhD) available for October 2024. Read more

The Health4Her Project

Alcohol is a major modifiable risk factor for female breast cancer; yet, awareness of this risk remains surprisingly low, and is not systematically addressed in healthcare settings. Read more

Bioengineering a dynamic culture platform to improve the maturity of iPSC-derived muscle organoids

About the project. Heart disease is a critical health burden and leading cause of mortality worldwide. To understand disease mechanisms and develop future treatments for heart disease, we have developed a human cardiac organoid platform derived from pluripotent stem cells. Read more

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