Centre for Health Economics, Monash University, Australia
Job No.: 656480
Location: Centre for Health Economics, Monash Business School, Faculty of Business and Economics
Employment Type: Full-time
Duration: 3.5-year fixed-term appointment
Remuneration: Tax-free stipend of $35,000 AUD to $49,000 AUD per annum full-time rate (amount dependent on academic excellence and relevant experience)
An opportunity to make a difference to men's health
Supported by the Australian Institute of Family Studies (AIFS), this newly created PhD scholarship will give the right applicant the opportunity to make a meaningful difference to men's health and wellbeing.
The PhD candidate will learn advanced health economic and econometric techniques, and apply these to large national data from Ten to Men: The Australian Longitudinal Study on Male Health to answer important health and social policy questions.
The AIFS is the Australian Government's key independent research body and advisor on family wellbeing. Their guiding purpose is to create and communicate knowledge to accelerate positive outcomes for families. Their research is directly used to inform government policy.
Under this PhD opportunity, the right candidate will undertake a research placement at AIFS, which will offer a unique opportunity to develop research capabilities at the academia-policy nexus.
The Centre for Health Economics at Monash University
The Centre for Health Economics (CHE) is an internationally renowned institution that has contributed to academic research and public policy in the economics of health and health care for over 30 years. The CHE has trained some of Australia's leading health economists. Learn more about doing a PhD at the CHE.
Scholarship and other financial support
Successful applicants will receive:
Additional earning opportunities are available through research and teaching assistance work. PhD candidates also have opportunities for funded travel to attend conferences.
Scholarship commencement: January/February 2024
Who we are looking for
This offer is for domestic students only.
To be competitive for a scholarship, applicants must have:
For full information on eligibility into the PhD program please visit the Monash Business School PhD program page.
To commence the scholarship application process, please submit your Expression of Interest (EOI) for a preliminary assessment.
As part of your EOI application, you will need to submit copies of the following documents:
Applicants who pass the EOI stage will be invited to submit a full application.
Associate Professor Nicole Black, [email protected]
Sunday 26 November 2023, 11:55pm AEDT
Supporting a diverse workforce
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