We are looking for outstanding PhD candidates to join us! This is a fantastic opportunity to launch your career in biomedical research or related fields.
We are one of the most prestigious medical research institutes in Australia and are based in one of the best universities in the world. If you join us, you will study with some of the best and most inspiring medical researchers in Australia as they work on ground-breaking research that changes lives.
During your PhD at JCSMR, you could help develop a vaccine for malaria, better understand the mechanisms leading to the onset of cancer, find a new way to treat epilepsy or shed a light on gene expression regulation… Two Nobel Prizes (among many other international awards) have been won at JCSMR, maybe you will be next?
If you are an outstanding domestic or international student with a Bachelor degree with First Class Honours (or equivalent), and an interest in medical research, don’t hesitate! Join the best university in the country and 20th best in the world, according to QS World University Ranking 2018.
JCSMR is housed in a spectacular building with state-of-the-art laboratories and facilities, including high-throughput sequencing, electron and multiphoton microscopy, FACS, transgenic animal breeding and supercomputer resources.
As an ANU PhD student, you will be able to attend professional development and training programs, including courses on statistics, professional writing and public speaking. You will also be given the opportunity to choose a personal mentor from among our faculty. Your mentor will smooth your path through your PhD, as well as offer practical advice on how to build a satisfying career after you graduate.
Successful candidates will receive a three-year living allowance to complete their PhD with us in Canberra, named as one of the world’s most liveable cities. Your stipend will be at least $27.082 per annum, tax-free. In addition, Fee Remission Merit Scholarships may be offered to eligible International students. See here for more details.
Scholarships are available for all of our four Departments: Eccles Institute of Neuroscience, Department of Genome Sciences, Department of Immunology and Infectious Disease and ACRF Department of Cancer Biology and Therapeutics. Visit our Department pages to learn more about the exciting projects currently available and contact our researchers directly.
For more information about applying to join one of our dynamic, multi-disciplinary teams at JCSMR please contact Ms Tara Butler, our student administrator. More details about PhD applications at ANU can be found here.
Applications for Domestic Scholarships close on 31 October.