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Cancer Council NSW is searching for applicants for three PhD scholarships. These scholarships comprise of a $30,000, tax free stipend, and additional $2,500 research support funding per year for three years.

In collaboration with an outstanding research team, the successful PhD candidates will undertake either:

  • one of two PhD projects focused on Lynch syndrome, a hereditary cancer condition (supervised by  Dr Natalie Taylor, Cancer Council NSW), or
  • a PhD project focused on lung cancer in the Pathways to a Cancer-Free Future program (supervised by Dr Nicole Rankin, Cancer Council NSW).


A background in epidemiology, public or population health, health sciences, psychology, behavioural science, health economics, or a related discipline is essential for these roles.

Successful candidates must also fulfil the entry requirements for admission to candidature for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) at the University of Sydney.


Click here for more information and to apply

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