Donnerstag, 7. April 2011

PhD Scholarship in Sydney

Nanoscale Organisation and Dynamics Group
College of Health and Science, University of Western Sydney, Australia
Nanoscale Postgraduate Research Award

Nanoscale PhD Scholarship in Advanced Clinical MRI

The Nanoscale Organisation and Dynamics Group at the University of Western Sydney is seeking two doctoral students to commence a project involved in the development of Advanced MRI Techniques for Clinical Imaging in 2011.

About the Project
The successful applicants will undertake a project in the field of developing next generation diffusion MRI techniques for clinical imaging and are expected to have a research background and some experience in more than one of the following areas:

· Magnetic resonance theory and application
· Operation of Bruker NMR spectrometers
· Mathematical modelling
· Computer visualisation
· Imaging visualisation software such as Amiraâ
· Computational software such as Mapleâ Matlabâor Mathematicaâ

Academic Criteria
Applicants should hold an excellent Bachelor Hons degree in a relevant field, or equivalent qualifications and/or experience.

What does the scholarship provide?

· Tax free stipend of $30,000 per annum and a funded place in the doctoral degree. International candidates may be charged fees
· Funding is also available for project costs and conference travel

Need more information?

· Contact Professor William Price to discuss the project:; +61 2 4620 3336
· Contact the Research Training, Policy and Programs Officer to discuss enrolment and scholarships:

Ms Sandra Lawrence:
· Find out more about the research being undertaken in the Nanoscale Organisation and Dynamics Group at

How to apply
Submit an application form, research proposal and CV by the closing date. The application form can be downloaded from the web:

Professor William S. Price
Nanoscale Organisation and Dynamics Group
College of Health and Science
Campbelltown Campus - Building 21.G.45
University of Western Sydney
Penrith South DC NSW 1797
Phone: [61 2] 4620 3336
FAX: [61 2] 4620 3025
Mobile: 0404 830 398