The Heart Foundation offers Postgraduate Scholarships in biomedical, clinical and public health disciplines for research relevant to cardiovascular disease and its related disorders. These scholarships are for nursing, medical, science and other relevant graduates seeking support for full-time research studies leading towards a PhD at an Australian university or institution.
Applicants for Heart Foundation Postgraduate Scholarships must meet the eligibility criteria outlined in the instructions below. Postgraduate Scholarships are awarded for up to three years in duration.
Stroke Foundation co-funded Postgraduate Scholarships
The Heart Foundation and the National Stroke Foundation are partnering to offer funding for Postgraduate Scholarships for research into the prevention, causes, diagnosis, treatment and long term support for stroke.
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The Lympheodema Support Group, Wollongong announce MSc (Research) Scholarship in the field of Exercise Science, Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Robotics, Physics or a related discipline, Australia
Study Subject(s):Exercise Science, Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Robotics, Physics or a related discipline
Scholarship Provider: The Lympheodema Support Group, Wollongong.
Scholarship can be taken at: Australia
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In 2008 “la Caixa” Foundation launched a scholarship programme to offer interdisciplinary training and research opportunities to outstanding young graduate students of any nationality to pursue a PhD project at the Spanish National Cancer Research Centre (CNIO).
The “la Caixa”/CNIO international PhD programme offers cross-disciplinary training in state-of-the-art basic and applied cancer research within an international scientific environment. Ten fully funded four year fellowships will be available in 2012. Candidates should have an excellent academic track record, a solid knowledge of English and previous research experience.
Students who gain a place in this new programme obtain full financial support during the four years of the scholarship.
PhD Scholarship on Novel Diagnostic Methods and Devices for Personalised Treatment of Cancer
A 3-year PhD scholarship is open within the European FP7 project “Biomedical engineering for cancer and brain diseases diagnostics and therapy development EngCaBra”. DTU Nanotech is carrying out research in the areas of micro- and nanofabrication including nano- and biotechnology. The department offers outstanding career opportunities and has strong connections to the industry. The NaBiS group (www.nanotech.dtu.dk/nabis) at DTU Nanotech focuses on developing state of the art biosensor systems for biochemical analysis in integrated systems.