This scholarship is an exciting opportunity to undertake research into Melanoma under the supervision of Professor Michael Kimlin at the University of the Sunshine Coast. Professor Kimlin is the Executive Director, Health Research Institute and Foundation Chair in Cancer Prevention, Cancer Council Queensland.
For information and assistance with your Research Proposal, please contact Professor Michael Kimlin
For specific information on the PhD Scholarship, please contact:
Research Administration Manager
Phone: 02 8837 1900
- It is intended that Australian Rotary Health will provide stipend and incidental support for a postgraduate student who is undertaking full time research in Melanoma.
- Applicants must be an Australian citizen, Australian Permanent Resident, or New Zealand citizen, and not be under bond to any foreign government in order to be eligible. Evidence of citizenship (citizenship certificate, birth certificate, passport) or residential status must accompany this application.
- Only applicants about to commence a PhD in early-2016 are eligible to apply.
- Selection criteria:
- Academic Record.
- Scientific excellence of the application.
- Feasibility of the proposed research.
- Quality of the intended supervisor/s
- Relevance to Community-Based Interventions.
- Eligible programs:
- Number available:
- The annual value of the “Australian Rotary Health/Rotary Clubs of Kiama & Gerringong Funding Partner Scholarship” is $29,000. The award will be made for one year in the first instance but can be extended for a maximum of three and a half years (total) upon receipt of satisfactory annual progress reports.
- Applicants are required to apply for entry into the Higher Degree by Research Program at USC as well as complete the application form for the Australian Rotary Health/Rotary Clubs of Kiama & Gerringong PhD Scholarship - Melanoma. Higher Degree by Research USC application PhD Scholarship - Melanoma