Researchers and Clinicians Education Opportunities

Clinical Neuroscience Research & Neuroimaging Short Courses

This is a unique opportunity for clinicians and early career researchers from any discipline background with an interest in the neurosciences to formally refine their clinical research skills, be inspired and network for success.

The two 4 and a-half-day short courses can be taken as either professional development or award courses, forming together the Specialist Certificate in Clinical Research (Neuroscience). This master-level course was developed through the NHMRC Centre of Clinical Research Excellence in Neurosciences and is led by Laureate Professor Samuel Berkovic AC.  The introductory research course is offered by The University of Melbourne in partnership with the Florey Institute of Neuroscience and Mental Health.

PROGRAM

Download the short course program here.

DATES

13th — 24th August, 2018 
(Monday to Friday, daily 8:45 am until 5.00pm)

VENUE

Hosted at the Melbourne Brain Centre @ Austin Health, Heidelberg campus

FURTHER INFORMATION

The short courses can be taken as a single week, with or without assessment, and are creditable as electives towards the new Master of Clinical Research (2018) and other postgraduate courses. FEE - HELP eligible.

Further info and applications is available here

You can also contact Dr Kathy Lefevere at lefevere@unimelb.edu.au or 9035 7082

Places are limited. Apply now.

REBECCA HOTCHKISS INTERNATIONAL SCHOLAR EXCHANGE

Interested in heading to Canada on exchange?

A trainee exchange scheme with the Hotchkiss Brain Institute has been developed for graduate students and postdoctoral fellows in neuroscience and mental health to spend up to eight weeks undertaking research in these partner institutions.

The deadline for applications is November 1, 2017.

The RHISE program will provide up to $9,000 CDN towards travel, accommodation and subsistence for each exchange participant. As well, the University of Melbourne and the Florey Institute will contribute up to $5,000 AUD towards the direct research costs incurred by the host laboratory for each exchange, contingent on the supply of a budget with the application and followed up by invoices.

Queries regarding Melbourne-based exchanges may be directed to:

Vikki Marshall (Operations Manager)

Melbourne Neuroscience Institute

Email: vikki.marshall@unimelb.edu.au;

research-mni@unimelb.edu.au

Jason Ng (Education Coordinator)

Hotchkiss Brain Institute

Email: jason.ng1@ucalgary.ca