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PhD Scholarship in Public Policy Clayton campus
This PhD scholarship is funded as an important part of an ARC funded project Advancing Policy Design for Robots in Public Spaces, conducted by Professor Michael Mintrom, Associate Professor Shanti Sumartojo, and Professor Lisa Grocott.
PhD Scholarship opportunities in Transforming Initial Teacher Education for Social Impact Clayton campus, Peninsula campus
Monash Education is offering two related PhDs projects on the topic of the cultural diversity of preservice teachers.
PhD Scholarship in Social Sciences (Geography) Clayton campus
Join our excellent research cohort within Human Geography and undertake their PhD project under the supervision of leading academics within Geography
PhD Scholarship in Assistive Technology and Disability Caulfield campus, Clayton campus
Explore a PhD research area within MATS and FIT with the goal of enhancing the lives of individuals with disabilities
PhD Scholarship – The Health4Her Project Turning Point - 110 Church Street, Richmond
This PhD scholarship is being offered to conduct research as part of the Health4Her Project, supporting the implementation-effectiveness trials, as well as the opportunity to gather data and explore a range of issues around women’s health and alcohol consumption, including alcohol literacy, attitudes, social practices, health promotion, and behaviour change.
PhD Scholarship – Developing a national alcohol risk index: preventing future alcohol-related harms Turning Point - 110 Church Street, Richmond
This PhD scholarship aims to track alcohol-related harms, pinpoint high-risk areas and demographics, grasp the nature of these harms, and collaborate with stakeholders to contextualize them. By identifying key factors that increase alcohol risks, it will create tools for policymakers to mitigate harm and enhance the health of Australians.
PhD Scholarship – Trauma & Addiction Turning Point - 110 Church Street, Richmond
This PhD Scholarship program focuses on integrated treatment for PTSD and addiction, emphasising translational approaches. Be involved in frontline clinics and analyse existing datasets. The program delves into transdiagnostic factors of co-occurring disorders, exploring neurobiological, neuropsychological, and neurophysiological aspects of presenting issues.
PhD Scholarship – Understanding sleep disturbance in clients seeking treatment for alcohol use disorder Turning Point - 110 Church Street, Richmond
This PhD Scholarship will work on clinical trials and studies at Turning Point to investigate sleep disturbances in patients seeking treatment for Alcohol use disorder (AUD). The project will involve collection and analysis of both subjective and objective measures of sleep with outcomes of this work helping to delineate the role and impact that comorbid sleep disturbances have on the course and progression of recovery from AUD.
PhD Scholarship – Examining neurocognitive interventions and mechanisms in the treatment of alcohol use disorders Turning Point - 110 Church Street, Richmond
This PhD scholarship will investigate cognitive biases across the spectrum of alcohol use disorder severity. They'll explore how biases are affected by variables like time of day, mood, and context. The candidate will utilize various measurement techniques in clinical trials and lab studies to deepen our understanding of addiction psychology and enhance CBM interventions. These interventions aim to be more effective across diverse contexts, patients, and delivery platforms, including smartphone apps.
PhD Opportunity: Digital Twin of Protein Extrusion for Plant-Based Meat Innovation Clayton campus
The project is under the CSIRO’s Industry PhD (iPhD) Program that brings together an industry partner, a university (Monash University for this project) and CSIRO to co-develop a four-year industry-focussed PhD project.
PhD Scholarship – Development of novel Radiotracers for the Fibrosis Detection - PhD scholarship available with an International Team The Alfred Centre
We are seeking expressions of interest from enthusiastic PhD applicants to join a supportive, vibrant research team. A full PhD scholarship for 3.5 years will be offered to successful candidates
PhD Scholarship Opportunities – Health Economic Research Projects Caulfield campus
If you are looking for rigorous graduate research training and want to make a substantial contribution to research in the economics of health and health care, the Centre for Health Economics at Monash University offers a fully funded PhD in health economics.
PhD Scholarship Opportunities in Life-Cycle Analysis for low carbon-intensity products Clayton campus
Essential skills for this project include a background in Chemical Engineering and ability to model chemical systems using MATLAB or an equivalent programming language. Appreciation and passion for environmental sustainability and circular economy are required. Strong communication skills and the ability to work independently and as part of a team are also required.
2 PhD Scholarships in Australian Archaeology Clayton campus
2 PhD scholarships are offered as important parts of an ARC-funded project Before and After the Last Ice Age: GunaiKurnai Archaeology along the Snowy, conducted by a team of transdisciplinary researchers co-ordinated by Elder Uncle Russell Mullett of the GunaiKurnai Land and Waters Aboriginal Corporation (GKLaWAC) and Professor Bruno David of Monash University.
Education PhD Scholarship 2024 - Teachers and Teaching in the Age of AI Clayton campus
Monash Faculty of Education is offering a PhD scholarship for full-time research at postgraduate level. The award is available to an applicant intending to undertake a PhD with a focus on teachers’ engagements with artificial intelligence (AI) in secondary schools.
PhD Scholarship in Marine Conservation and Blue Economy Clayton campus
The successful applicant will develop a relatable but distinct project; for example, examining relationships between the ecological, social, governance, financial, and/or business aspects of marine conservation, and optionally, linking to broader developments around the blue economy around sustainable use of the oceans.
GRIP Coordinator Clayton campus HEW 7 ($103,178 - $113,167)
The Monash Institute of Railway Technology is recruiting for a Graduate Research Industry Partnerships (GRIP) Coordinator.
Research Fellow Clayton campus Level A ($80,464 - $109,203)
Contribute to the School's research efforts in combinatorics. This role involves working on a project concerning fractional edge decompositions of graphs, addressing well-studied open problems, and exploring related variants and special cases.
Research Fellow Clayton campus Level A ($80,464 - $109,203)
We have an exciting opportunity for a motivated and enthusiastic individual to join the School of Biological Sciences in the role of a Research Fellow, playing a crucial role in part of a collaborative team of researchers. 
Teaching Associate for Graduate Diploma in Psychology (GDP) Clayton campus - Sessional rates will apply
Passionate Teaching Associate needed for online Graduate Diploma in Psychology program. Flexible hours available!

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