PhD Scholarship: Qualitative research on injecting drug use in Melbourne
EXPRESSION OF INTEREST
The National Drug Research Institute (NDRI) invites expressions of interest from suitably qualified candidates for a PhD scholarship in qualitative research on injecting drug use in Melbourne. The project is one component of an NHMRC-funded Centre for Research Excellence on Injecting Drug Use. The collaborative, multidisciplinary centre involves researchers from NDRI; the Burnet Institute; the National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre; the Kirby Institute; Turning Point Alcohol and Drug Centre; and the University of Queensland.
The scholarship carries an annual tax-free stipend of $29,424 a year for three years. The scholarship will start as soon as possible and is based at NDRI’s Melbourne office, located at Turning Point Alcohol and Drug Centre in Fitzroy. There is also possibility of additional paid work.
Deadline and application details at http://ndri.curtin.edu.au/students/phd-mel.cfm