Applications are invited for PhD scholarship/stipends for projects with the Language, Cognition and Brain Sciences Laboratory (http://www.langcogbrain.net) at Queensland University of Technology (QUT), Brisbane, Australia.
Research in the lab makes use of a range of methodologies, including magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), electrophysiology (intracranial and scalp-recorded EEG), transcranial magnetic and direct current stimulation (TMS & tDCS), and behavioural paradigms, in both healthy and neurologically disordered populations. Current projects involve research into the cognitive and neural mechanisms of healthy language production and comprehension, intracranial EEG in candidates for epilepsy surgery, and aphasia following stroke and surgery for brain tumours in children and adults.
Applicants interested in the PhD scholarships should discuss potential projects with Prof Greig de Zubicaray (firstname.lastname@example.org), Assoc Prof Katie McMahon (email@example.com) and Dr Sonia Brownsett (firstname.lastname@example.org) before submitting an application. Candidates should have an excellent written and spoken command of English.
How to apply:
Applicants need to apply by 15 February 2019 (AEST).
Eligible applicants will:
- have completed a postgraduate qualification from the United Kingdom, European Union, Switzerland, Norway, Russian Federation, Canada and United States of America
- the postgraduate qualification must have been administered and assessed in English and must include a significant research component and thesis (at least 25 percent of the total degree).
Successful scholarship applicants will receive a:
- living stipend valued at AU$27,596pa in 2019 and indexed annually
- applicants meeting criteria for academic excellence are eligible for an additional top-up scholarship at AU$5,000pa
- tuition fees offset or sponsorship
- research support allowance of AU$4,500
- opportunity to apply for Grant-in-Aid travel funding up to AU$2,000
For information, please visit: https://www.seek.com.au/job/38102426
Please contact our Research Services Office if you have any questions about our courses and scholarships:
phone +61 (0)7 3138 8290 or email email@example.com