PhD scholarships on offer at NDRI Melbourne
The National Drug Research Institute (NDRI) at Curtin University invites expressions of interest from suitably qualified candidates for two PhD scholarships related to Australian Research Council-funded qualitative research projects in the area of alcohol and other drug use. The scholarships will be awarded to support projects that address the following issues:
- Performance and image-enhancing drug (PIED) use: Use interview-based, observational and other qualitative methods to investigate meanings, practices and contexts of PIED use [One scholarship];
- Overdose: Use interview-based, observational and other qualitative methods to investigate experiences of opioid overdose, and responses to overdose [One scholarship].
The projects are based at the National Drug Research Institute’s Melbourne office. For more information, click here or contact Professor Suzanne Fraser at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Due date for expressions of interest is Wednesday 30 August 2017.
Posted on: 3 Aug 2017