The Health Economics Unit invites applicants to join our PhD program.
The first PhD position offers the opportunity to conduct health economics studies alongside a multi-state clinical trial and contribute to the evidence in strengthening care for children and equity of access.
The second PhD opportunity involves conducting health economics studies alongside clinical research for children born preterm.
Generous scholarships are available to outstanding applicants covering a tuition fee waiver and a living allowance of $34,400 per annum full-time rate for up to 3.5 years. Successful applicants may also receive financial support through research and teaching assistantships, as well as opportunities for funded travel.