Call for applications - University of Sydney
The University of Sydney and the Woolcock Institute of Medical Research has PhD or Master’s positions available to support Alertness CRC projects which will examine ways of improving diagnosis and treatment for insomnia and obstructive sleep apnea (OSA).
Applicants need to meet the University of Sydney’s PhD entry requirements.
Full and top up scholarships - express your interest
The Alertness CRC offers full APA equivalent scholarships and $5,000 top-up scholarships in the following areas.
- Laboratory-based development of systems and biomarkers to assess circadian, sleep and alertness states
- Assessing individual vulnerability to shift work and integrated interventions for alertness management in a healthcare setting
- Respiratory phenotyping and vulnerability to alertness failure in sleep disorders.
To express interest, please email your CV, a cover letter outlining your research interests and skills and a copy of your academic transcript to the relevant Project Leader:
Laboratory Biomarkers Project - Dr Suzanne Ftouni at email@example.com
Healthcare Project – Dr Tracey Sletten at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sleep Disorder Phenotyping Project – for Adelaide based projects: Dr Andrew Vakulin: email@example.com
Sleep Disorder Phenotyping Project – for Melbourne based projects: Dr. Bradley Edwards: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sleep Disorder Phenotyping Project – for Sydney based projects: Dr Christopher Miller: email@example.com
Training available for PhD and Post Graduate scholars
The CRC Programme has as its objectives not only the development and commercialisation of leading-edge research but also the production of graduates with hands-on industry experience to help create a highly-skilled workforce.
The Alertness CRC provides support and training for the post graduate scholars and early career researchers engaged in its projects. Professional development training developed for Masters' and PhD students and early career researchers is also available at our three participating universities.
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