Training and Education
The Aus-ROC CRE aims to train and develop the next generation of leaders in cardiac arrest research.
Research training opportunities include:
Research training consists of either Post-doctoral Fellowships or PhD Scholarships at Aus-ROC CRE Universities (Monash, Curtin or Flinders). Applications are welcome from those wishing to develop careers in cardiac arrest research from a wide variety of health-related disciplines.
These fellowships are suitable for outstanding early career researchers within 1-6 years post-PhD. Successful candidates are able to choose appropriate projects under the mentorship of Aus-ROC investigator(s). Salary is dependent on experience and track record. The duration of the post- doctoral fellowship is one year in the first instance with the possibility of extension. It is expected that Fellowship holders will apply for other formal awards (e.g. NMHRC, APA, NHF scholarships, etc.).
Postgraduate scholarships (if available) are invited from suitably qualified candidates with a honours degree or equivalent. The scholarships are for research that will be supervised by Aus-ROC investigator(s) at Aus-ROC CRE institutions. It is expected that scholarship holders will apply for other formal awards (e.g. NMHRC, APA, NHF scholarships, etc.).