Date Posted
12 Oct 2024

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PhD Project
Monash University Accident Research Centre

Injury Prevention Graduate Research Industry Partnership (IP-GRIP) Scholarship

12 Oct 2024

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Position Description

The Monash University Accident Research Centre (MUARC) is one of the world’s most comprehensive injury prevention research centres. It is unique in being grounded in scientific and academic excellence, while producing research which has real-life implications that are often translated into policy.

At MUARC, we focus on both the prevention of injury as well as the treatment and recovery from injury (injury outcomes, acute care). Our record in translating public health research into real world outcomes that benefit all Australians is one of which we are very proud.

We currently have a heap of scholarships on offer as part of our Injury Prevention Graduate Research Industry Partnership (IP-GRIP). The IP-GRIP is an innovative model that brings together graduate researchers (PhD students) and academic leaders from various fields with external partners to explore an issue of global significance.

The program will deliver up to 16 new innovative researchers. Applicants are invited to submit an EOI by the 2nd of November 2018. Both Australians and international applicants are eligible.

How to Apply

Please complete the Expression of Interest form ( and include the following documents: - Proposal for 1st ranked project preference - A full statement of academic record, supported by copies of relevant transcripts - A curriculum vitae - Evidence of English-language proficiency (international applicants only). EOIs will be considered and a shortlist of potential applicants will be invited to attend an interview with the prospective supervision team. Following the interviews, the preferred applicant for each project will be invited to submit a formal online application.

Position Category: Other. Position Type: PhD Project. Position Tags: research and injury prevention.