Australian Pain Society and Australian Pain Relief Association PhD Scholarships
The Australian Pain Society (APS) is a Multidisciplinary Society whose charter is to improve the education, research and development, diagnosis and treatment of all forms of pain. The Australian Pain Relief Association (APRA) is a registered charity with the Australian Taxation Office and works closely with the APS to support education and research in pain.
The Australian Pain Society and the Australian Pain Relief Association have awarded seven 3-year PhD Scholarships over the last ten years. Two Scholarships will be offered for 2008-2010 with one being sponsored by Mundipharma Australia and the other being sponsored by Janssen-Cilag Australia & New Zealand.
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Division of Health Sciences
Area of Interest:
Health and Life Sciences
Indigenous or Torres Strait Islander Students
Students with a Disability
Students from Rural or Regional Areas
Australian Permanent Resident
New Zealand Citizen
Permanent Humanitarian Visa
17 July, 2007
5 October, 2007
Maximum number awarded:
The stipend for these Scholarships is AU$23,000 per annum and in addition APS and APRA will provide financial support enabling the candidate to attend the Society’s Annual Scientific Meeting.
Any recognised University in Australia.
Further information about the PhD Scholarship, including the Conditions of Award, can be obtained from the APS Secretariat:
APS Secretariat: DC Conferences
PO Box 637
Ph: (02) 9954 4400
Fax: (02) 9954 0666
Email: [email protected]
Application forms are available from: