The Sunshine Coast Mind and Neuroscience - Thompson Institute is seeking to recruit a student who wants to make a difference in the in the areas of youth mental health and suicide prevention.
Candidates may have a research idea of their own in the area of Youth Mental Health or Suicide Prevention, or they can link in with one of the studies that is underway in The Sunshine Coast Mind and Neuroscience - Thompson Institute.
For more information and to discuss potential research proposals please contact ThompsonInstitute@usc.edu.au .
- Meet eligibility requirements for entry into selected HDR program, and
- Have a degree and at least 3 years' work experience in the field of Indigenous health and well being
- Selection criteria:
- Undergraduate degree
- Most recent/relevant degree
- Relevant professional experience
- Communication skills (both written and verbal)
- Demonstrated ability to work with youth and adult cohorts
- Eligible programs:
- PhD and Masters
- Number available:
- $30,000 stipend per year for the standard duration of the HDR program (3 years for PhD, 1.5 y ears for Masters)