JOBS and DEGREES

Are you looking for a career in biomaterials?

WHAT'S AVAILABLE?

Whether you're looking to fill a job or degree in biomaterials or tissue engineering, or looking for a job to fill, we'd like to help. 

 

If you have any jobs or degree opportunities you would like to post here, please email Jess Frith.

 

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DEGREE POSTINGS​

PhD Scholarship- Peripheral Nerve Repair

ARC Training Centre for Cell and Tissue Engineering Technologies

Monash University and ReNerve

Peripheral nerve injury (PNI) often leaves life-long disabilities. In the US, the typical annual number of nerve repair procedures exceeds 500,000 and this is projected to increase over time. Nerve autografts are the current gold standard treatment, but these often lead to donor site morbidity, nerve mismatch and additional surgical costs. There is an urgent need to develop effective nerve guidance conduits (NGCs) with which to treat PNIs. This project will build on previous research at Monash University on the development of porous and topologically defined NGC materials. Specifically, in this new project you will explore the functional performance of candidate NGC materials both in vitro and in vivo, and develop new materials capable of electronic stimulation of nerve regrowth. The research will be conducted in Professor Neil Cameron’s research group, in collaboration with other research groups at Monash.

https://ctet.org.au/projects/peripheral-nerve-repair/

PhD Scholarships, Materials Science & Engineering, Monash University 

Projects are available in the following areas:

 

4 scholarship rounds per year

  • International: Round 1 closes March 31st, Round 2 closes August 31st.

  • Domestic: Round 1 closes May 31st, Round 2 closes October 31st.

 

For more details see:

https://www.monash.edu/engineering/departments/materials/future-students