The Centre for Research Excellence in Prostate Cancer Survivorship (CRE-PCS) aims to develop, evaluate, and translate responsive, equitable, and accessible survivorship interventions for men with prostate cancer and support evidence-based policy and practice in prostate cancer survivorship care. An opportunity exists for suitably qualified PhD candidate to work with this high performance team on research to improve survivorship outcomes for men with prostate cancer including a focus on regional Australians.
- Stipend of $30,000 AUD per annum.
- Maximum period of tenure of an award is three years. Periods of study already undertaken towards the degree will be deducted from the period of tenure.
To be eligible applicants must:
- have completed a Bachelor Degree with First Class Honours, or equivalent level;
- have applied, or currently enrolled in the PhD at USQ;
- be an Australian citizen or permanent resident, or New Zealand citizen;
- not be receiving equivalent support providing a benefit greater than 75% of the student’s stipend rate;
- commence the PhD in 2021.
To apply, please ensure you have digital copies of the below information:
- Curriculum vitae;
- Preliminary Research Thesis Topic Proposal (DOC 78KB).
- Education qualifications (testamur and academic transcripts for all undergraduate and postgraduate awards);
- List of any research presentations and/or publications
- Documentation confirming citizenship.
Applicants must send the above documentation as a single PDF file to Professor Jeff Dunn.
Further information about this scholarship can be obtained from the Graduate Research School at firstname.lastname@example.org