Check out the positions available in our lab as we continue to pursue new projects and improve our experimental and clinical capacity
We are always looking for bright and motivated scientists that are curious about mechanisms and prevention of cardiovascular disease. We work with several national and international collaborations, and we aim to expose our students to a wide range of techniques and labs, networking opportunities, and we support attendance at conferences.
Our supervisory style is very hands-on in the beginning, giving the student every opportunity for training and plenty of feedback so they can grow into amazing independent thinkers and researchers. Please have a look at our lab manual before you apply to join us so you know our expectations and team culture.
The Monash Doctoral Program is a 3-year research-intensive course that involves some coursework directed at career development. You are expected to do cutting-edge research and develop independent projects, read a lot of papers and be on top of the research published in our field, write commentaries, reviews and research papers, perform experiments in the lab, and present in conferences, but we also hope you can have fun and make some friends for life. in our lab - you will receive plenty of training and advice on how to achieve all of the above and thrive!
While experience in the techniques we work with is not essential, it is essential to be a team player, be motivated and be willing to learn.
PhD scholarships for Australian and international students are available through Monash University. These scholarships are very competitive and cover living expenses and waive tuition fees.
For more information on eligibility criteria please see: http://www.monash.edu/graduate-research.
Would you like to join our team? Please complete this form (due to the high volume of applications, only exceptional students who fit Monash's selection criteria will be invited for an interview)
Undergraduate and honours students
We are always looking for bright and motivated scientists that are curious about mechanisms and prevention of cardiovascular disease. It is essential to be a team player, be motivated and willing to learn.
During this short experience in our lab, you will receive lots of training and support in the lab, data analysis and writing, with plenty feedback, so you can grow into an amazing independent researchers, setting up your career for life.
Are you interested in training with us? Please email Francine a copy of your CV, academic transcript and your research interests.
Potential post-doctoral researchers
Post-doctoral positions are limited and depend on funding. However, we are always happy to discuss opportunities to help you submit a fellowship application to join the lab. Please send an email to Francine with a copy of your CV.