La Trobe University is offering Project-Based Graduate Research Scholarships in Developing Multi-functional Fluorescent Probes, for international and domestic students who are pursuing their education at the La Trobe University in Australia.
The main purpose of this scholarship is to promote diversity at La Trobe University and provide financial aid to deserving students.
The eligible selected students will be awarded provided a salary to the successful candidates in Australia for the academic year 2022/2023 from La Trobe University.
- Successful applicants will receive a scholarship that can help with fee-relief, living costs, and more. Stipend value $32,500 per annum (full-time).
- Students from Australia or New Zealand and International applicants.
- PhD degree in Developing Multi-functional Fluorescent probes for Global Analysis of proteome Stress in Cells.
- To be eligible, the applicants must meet all the following criteria:
- Open to Australian or New Zealand citizens or Australian permanent residents and International applicants currently in Australia.
- Applicants should have training in the design and synthesis of organic compounds; knowledge and experience in molecular and cell biology are desirable; experience in mass spectrometry proteomics is highly desirable.
How to Apply
If you want to apply for a graduate research scholarship to undertake one of these projects, please make sure to:
- Review details on how to apply for PhD candidature
- Select a project from the available projects listed below
- Check the project requirements for eligibility and any additional special conditions
- Contact the nominated contact person for your preferred project via email to express your interest and obtain their in-principle agreement for you to apply
- Complete your application for admission into La Trobe’s PhD program
- Complete a Research Statement Form for your nominated project (only one project can be nominated) and attach this to your application
- A research proposal is not required unless specifically requested as a special condition