Fellowships provide salary support for research staff. Researchers are encouraged to apply for internal and external Fellowships.
Open for applications:
The Veski Innovative Fellowships bring expatriates and leading researchers to Victoria. Applications are sought from globally competitive individuals in the fields of biotechnology, biomedical, advanced manufacturing, environmental technologies, or the enabling sciences and technologies.
The fellowship will provide a clinical myeloma specialist early in their academic career with protected time to conduct myeloma research in either a clinical or translational laboratory setting.
Enables eligible researchers to enhance or re-establish their academic research careers where they have been severely interrupted, delayed or otherwise constrained by chronic illness, child bearing, child rearing or other caring duties.
Currently closed for applications:
Faculty Trust Research Fellowships
The Fellowship is for a person wishing to pursue post-doctoral research in one of the following disciplines: Physiology, History and Philosophy of Science or Medicine, or Justice, Equity or Ethics in Society
The Fellowship is for a person with a doctorate in an appropriate field of biomedical and health research. The Fellowship is for research into the causes or alleviation of schizophrenia.
Read about Chad's research interests here.
The purpose of the Fellowship is to conduct research into clinical or non-clinical areas and will be awarded to a person with a doctorate in an appropriate field of biomedical and health research. These fellowships are available for three years.
The Fellowship is for a person with a medical degree and a doctorate in an appropriate field of biomedical and health research. The Fellowship is for research into clinical or non-clinical areas. However, the applicant must have some clinical activity and not just hold a medical degree. This is a full time research position although fractional appointments will be considered.
The fellowships will provide up to four medically qualified clinician-scientists with protected time (0.2 - 0.5 FTE) to conduct translational cancer research. The ideal candidate will have a clinical appointment in one of the Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre members, a PhD or equivalent research doctorate and a proven research track record in a relevant area. Fellows will normally be employed (pro rata) in a Department of the Melbourne Medical School but may be employed in another School depending on the nature of the proposed research.
This fellowship is available for two years, and is full-time.The purpose of the Fellowship is to conduct research into clinical or non-clinical areas. Only Indigenous Australians with a doctorate in an appropriate field of health research, are eligible to apply as this position is exempt under the Special Measure Provision, Section 12 (1) of the Equal Opportunity Act 2011 (Vic). In addition to the Fellowship, the incumbent may also undertake a three month residential program at Ormond College.
Awardees: 2013 - Dr Shayne Bellingham
Annemarie Mankiewicz-Zelkin Fellowship (Ophthalmology research)
This fellowship is open to Australian residents who have completed their clinical training in ophthalmology to enable them to undertake further academic development in the Department of Ophthalmology. It is available for one year and can be a full-time or part-time fellowship.
Awardees: 2012 - Dr Hong Zhang
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