Scholarships

Evaluating Aftercare-services in Preventing Suicidal Behaviour in Western Sydney (opens in a new window)

THRI is offering a research scholarship to a highly motivated PhD candidate to work within a research group that is partnering with WSLHD to investigate the effectiveness of (i) established mental health services delivering aftercare to those who present to services in suicidal crisis or following a suicide attempt on subsequent incidence of hospital treated attempted suicide; and (ii) community based services to provide crisis care on subsequent incidence of hospital treated attempted suicide. The project will involve epidemiological analyses of a range of linked administrative datasets to address project objectives.

Applications close 31 May 2021

Optimising Primary Health Care Service Trajectories to Reduce Preventable Hospitalisation and Avoidable Emergency Department Presentations

THRI is offering a research scholarship to a highly motivated PhD candidate to work within a research group that is partnering with WentWest Ltd, WSPHN, to evaluate the effectiveness of primary health care services on potentially preventable hospitalisation and leading causes of chronic illness. The project will involve statistical analyses of a range of linked administrative datasets to address project objectives, and the development of analytic tools that can inform local clinical decisions and identify sub-population at risk of key chronic disease outcomes.

Applications now closed

Using Ecological Momentary Assessments to Understand Patterns of Wellbeing Among Adolescents in Western Sydney (MPhil)

Applications now closed

We are now offering a research scholarship to a highly motivated Master of Philosophy (MPhil) candidate to work within a research group exploring the physical, mental and social wellbeing of adolescents in greater Western Sydney.

Translational Health Research Scholarships

Applications now closed

Two scholarships are available for applicants from a range of disciplines to undertake translational health research that has real-world impacts on population health in the Western Sydney region and beyond.

PhD Scholarship in LGBTI Cancer survivorship

The Translational Health Research Institute is now offering a research scholarship to a highly motivated PhD candidate to work with a team of experienced and successful researchers to address LGBTI experiences of cancer survivorship and care.

Applications closed

CMCRC PHD SCHOLARSHIP: Digital Health for Chronic Disease Management

Capital Markets CRC PhD Scholarship: $50,000 per annum
Supervisors: Dr Evan Atlantis (Principal Supervisor) and A/Prof Federico Girosi
Location: Campbelltown Campus

This position has been filled