We have 16 Biological Sciences PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students in Sydney



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Biological Sciences PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students in Sydney

We have 16 Biological Sciences PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students in Sydney

Design of metamorphic proteins for stimuli-responsive nanomaterials

Project Description. The classic structure-function paradigm of proteins contends that a protein exhibits a single well-defined folded structure that gives rise to its biological function. Read more

UTS PhD Scholarship- Sydney Water- CRCSAAFE

The last 80 years has witnessed the rapid emergence of antibiotic resistant pathogens driven by the widespread reliance on antibiotics to control infectious disease in clinical and veterinary medicine. Read more


ABOUT THE PROJECT. The Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment (HIE) at Western Sydney University is looking for a highly motivated and qualified candidate for a 3-year PhD commencing in 2024. Read more

ARC Postgraduate Research Scholarship

Background. The Faculty of Science Australian Research Council (ARC) Scholarship is designed to support research candidates in conducting research that directly contributes to the Australian community. Read more

CSIRO Next Generation Quantum Graduates Program (NGQGP) , UTS scholarship available in Quantum Biotechnology at QUBIC

As part of the CSIRO Next Generation Quantum Graduates Program (NGQGP), PhD scholarship are available for domestic students to study with ARC Centre of Excellence in Quantum Biotechnology (QUBIC) researchers and their industry partners on projects spanning quantum physics, biophysics, biology, chemistry and the humanities. Read more

Elemental Bioimaging

This PhD project will use laser ablation-inductively coupled plasma-mass spectrometry to quantitatively image the distribution of endogenous elements and proteins via a metal proxy in muscle tissue. Read more

Defining how inter-bacterial symbioses regulate aquatic ecosystem health (PhD Project)

Planktonic bacteria play crucial roles in regulating the productivity, health and function of aquatic ecosystems. Recent evidence suggests that the growth and ecological impacts of aquatic bacteria is potentially strongly regulated by previously over-looked inter-bacterial interactions. Read more

PhD Project on Defining Links Between Climate Change, Marine Disease and Food Security

This PhD project will apply cutting edge approaches in molecular microbial ecology to deliver. critical new knowledge on the causes of marine pathogen outbreaks that threaten Australia’s. Read more

Exploring nutritional supplements to enhance coral reslience

In order to thrive and endure environmental challenges, corals, like all living organisms, necessitate exceptional nutrition. Although typically situated in nutrient-poor waters, corals possess the ability to extract nutrients from their surroundings to support their well-being. Read more

Applied optogenetics to study the influence of neuronal activity on neurodegeneration

Neurodegenerative diseases represent a significant and growing challenge to global health, affecting millions worldwide. Despite extensive research efforts, the underlying mechanisms of neurodegeneration are not fully understood, and there is a critical lack of effective treatments. Read more
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Development of an early clinical screening tool for oesophageal adenocarcinoma

About the Project. A PhD research scholarship is available at the Western Sydney University, School of Medicine, for a highly motivated candidate who is technically skilled with a strong background in biochemistry, human metabolomics, and clinical research. Read more

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