PhD scholarship in theoretical molecular modelling of nano-bio materials for biomedicine

PhD scholarship to study nano-bio material interfaces in the Australian Research Council Discovery project in collaboration with Imperial College and Oxford University, UK

The PhD scholarship is available to undertake computational modelling of complex nano-biomaterial interfaces. These predictive models will fast track the development of efficient technologies for disease diagnostics.

$32,841/annum over 3 years

Applications are now open.


One (1) scholarship available

1st class Honours or equivalent in Chemistry, Physics or related discipline.

Contact Distinguished Professor Irene Yarovsky to discuss your interests, eligibility and qualifications by email:

Professor Yarovsky's credentials, projects and publications:

Yarovsky Research group website:

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