NeuroSleep, a NHMRC Centre of Research Excellence (CRE), has announced funding for postgraduate clinical research and training opportunities starting in 2017.
NeuroSleep integrates research from neurology, psychiatry, neuropsychology, respiratory neurobiology, chronobiology, imaging, and biophysics. The goal of the centre is to better understand how disrupted sleep leads to impaired brain function and how these problems can be prevented or managed to improve health.
Applications for research and training positions are invited for the following funded positions:
Postgraduate research scholarships for research towards a higher degree supervised or co-supervised by a CRE investigator(s) at the participating institutions.
Postdoctoral fellowships for those interested in a career in clinical sleep research.
Please see THIS document for further information.
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