UNSW Applicant Login Job Alert PhD Scholarship Alternative in Australia
We’re on the lookout for an enthusiastic PhD pupil with a background in dietetics to hitch our liver most cancers analysis crew led by A/Prof Amany Zekry on the Microbiome Analysis Centre (MRC), St George Hospital in Sydney. It’s a nice alternative to hitch a multidisciplinary crew of researchers in a supportive atmosphere that will help you obtain your analysis objectives. Our analysis group on the MRC focusses on the position of the microbiome within the pathogenesis of liver illness and liver most cancers.
Rising thrilling knowledge help a key position for dietary composition in shaping the intestine microbiome and its metabolites in sufferers with liver illness. As such, dietary composition is rising to be a key participant in figuring out outcomes of liver illness, liver most cancers and response to immunotherapy. By means of a nationally funded venture, we have now a big cohort of sufferers with liver illness which can be being longitudinally adopted up, forming the premise for an thrilling PhD venture to elucidate the position of dietary composition in modulating intestine microbiome and its metabolites in liver illness and liver most cancers, in addition to response to immunotherapy. This may type the premise for precision dietary intervention research knowledgeable by affected person particular intestine microbiome/metabolite profile to enhance outcomes of sufferers with liver illness and liver most cancers. Your experience in dietetics will likely be required to gather, interpret and analyse diet-related knowledge in relation to the microbiome and metabolomic profile of individuals recruited to the examine. Additionally, you will take part in pilot scientific interventional research to modulate intestine microbiome and its metabolites by means of dietary interventions. Your analysis will play a pivotal position in different ongoing tasks reminiscent of the event of a microbial-based biomarker mannequin for the early detection of liver most cancers in Australia (a $4 million grant awarded to A/Prof Amany Zekry by the Medical Analysis Future Fund).
We’re on the lookout for home and worldwide candidates which can be keen about analysis within the area of diet and liver illness. All candidates should meet the UNSW PhD admission standards and maintain an acceptable bachelor’s diploma in diet, science, or an equal qualification from a tertiary establishment as decided by the School Greater Diploma Committee (HDC).
Advantages of the place:
- A full stipend of $35,000 per yr for 3 years (open to home and worldwide candidates)
- A possibility to hitch a multidisciplinary crew main microbiome analysis throughout a number of disciplines of drugs
- Be in an atmosphere that encourages progress and growth
- Entry to a big cohort of individuals
- Expertise the UNSW tradition of fairness, range and inclusion
Find out how to apply:
To use, please submit a canopy letter detailing your analysis expertise and curiosity within the venture, your educational transcript and CV in addition to contact particulars for 2 referees. Any functions despatched by electronic mail won’t be accepted.
For enquiries solely:
Dr Barbra Toplis, Analysis Challenge Supervisor
For extra particulars on the Microbiome Analysis Centre:
Marketed: 16 Feb 2023 AUS Jap Daylight Time
Purposes shut: 16 Mar 2023 AUS Jap Daylight Time