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Injury prevention PhD scholarship

 

Overview

The George Institute Injury Division is seeking expressions of interest from candidates with a passion for injury prevention to undertake a PhD within a range of funded projects including: Aboriginal injury prevention, road injury and prevention of injury in older people. Projects range from observational studies to randomised control trials, both in Australia and in India.

The George Institute's work contributes to reducing the substantial burden of injury worldwide. There is a focus on high risk disadvantaged populations, with an emphasis on road injury, falls prevention and injury prevention in Aboriginal populations.

Students at the George Institute will have the opportunity to engage in world class research under the guidance of highly respected researchers and supervisors. The George Institute students enjoy and thrive in a collegial environment and come from a wide range of cultural and academic backgrounds.

Contacts

Professor Rebecca Ivers
George Institute for Global Health
Email: rivers@georgeinstitute.org.au

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Last updated: 30 May 2012
 
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