Arthritis & Osteoporosis WA Research Scholarship in Bone and Mineral Disorders

Closing date: 31 October 2018

Contact: Professor Richard L Prince (richard.prince@uwa.edu.au)

The role

The Medical School of the University of Western Australia is offering a PhD scholarship ($60,000 per annum) to enable high quality science graduates, or medical doctors undertaking advanced training via the Royal College of Australasian Physicians, to undertake a Masters or PhD by research in Bone and Mineral Disorders.

Candidates in the two categories below are encouraged to apply for this scholarship:

  1. Advanced Trainees of the Royal College of Australasian Physicians who have completed the first two years of advanced training in any specialty and are interested in research training in Bone and Mineral Disorders
  2. Science based students with a high quality undergraduate degree in an area applicable to research training in Bone and Mineral Disorders and are in consideration for an award of a Research Training Program (RTP) grant.

The selection body reserves the right to close early should a suitable applicant be identified.

All applicants should contact Professor Richard L Prince (richard.prince@uwa.edu.au) for further information, before submitting an online application for candidature and the scholarship through the iAthena Scholarship system.

Please see the flyer for further information.