Collaborative Research Network (CRN) Scholarships
A second round of applications is invited for remaining scholarships provided by the University of New England (UNE).
UNE, in collaboration with five partners: the Universities of Newcastle, Sydney, La Trobe and New South Wales as well the Hunter New England Local Heath Network, has been funded to establish a Collaborative Research Network (CRN) on Mental Health and Well-being in Rural and Regional Communities. The CRN is supported by a large and dynamic biopsychosocial team of senior academic staff across five universities. The activities of the CRN will build links with rural communities and health providers with focus on 3 thematic areas:
A. Self-care and mental health within regional communities [6 scholarships]
B. Sexuality, identity and mental health impacts on well-being and inclusion [5 scholarships]
C. Biomedical science to support rural mental health [5 scholarships]
Scholarships are available in themes B and C (1 each)
for an application click here. Enquiries may be directed to:
Scholarship Opportunity: a fulltime PhD Scholarship focusing on the sexuality, identity and mental health impacts on well-being and inclusion stream of research as part of the CRN based at UNE in Armidale.
Scholarship Opportunity: fulltime PhD Scholarship to work on the Bereavement, Resilience and Depression Project. Successful applicants will be located at the UNSW Randwick Campus or associated hospitals. The major focus of the project will be the examination of genetic and behavioural dispositions to, and buffers against, depression following bereavement of a close family member.