PLEASE NOTE THIS PROJECT IS CURRENTLY RESTRICTED TO APPLICANTS WHO ARE ABLE TO COMMENCE ONSHORE IN AUSTRALIA
Brain cancer is the most common cause of cancer-related death in children. The Wainwright laboratory discovered the first gene known to cause brain tumours in children and since that time has been focused on using genetic/genomic and developmental biology approaches to understand the genesis of paediatric brain tumours and develop new therapies. The Children's Brain Cancer Initiative based at UQDI is a collaboration between multiple Universities and Research Institutes, and the Queensland Children's Hospital. As part of this Initiative we have PhD scholarships for suitably qualified applicants.
More information about scholarships is available on our website: https://di.uq.edu.au/study/scholarships
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