Hang Ta lab has 3 generous PhD scholarships on offer to excellent candidates with preference given to those who are currently in Australia (due to COVID). Potential candidates are expected to work on one of below projects:
(1) Nanosensor for detecting and grading diseases.
(2) Hemostatic nanomaterials for treatment of bleeding disorders.
(3) Development of in vitro models of cardiovascular diseases
(4) Theranostic nanomaterials for life-threatening diseases
The student is required to have a good understanding of nanotechnology and has experience with nanomaterial synthesis and different bio assays. The students should have strong academic track record (including research and write-up) with first class honours.
For an international student, the students are expected to have masters and/or honours degrees with very strong academic and research background in a relevant field. The students are likely to have an overall IELTS score of 6.5 or above with a minimum of 6.0 score in each band.
To find more information, send email and your CV to A/Prof Hang Ta at email@example.com.