PhD and postdoctoral positions will be based in the Nanostructured Interfaces and Materials Science (NIMS) research group in the Department of Chemical Engineering at the University of Melbourne.
The group has available three research PhD projects in nanobiotechnology.
Potential high-calibre applicants can request further information and forward their resumes, along with their academic results, to Prof Frank Caruso at
Visit the Department of Chemical Engineering’s ‘Research projects’ page to view a list of projects available to graduate research students:
Additional information on the PhD application process and scholarships can be found on the University’s Melbourne Study website:
Postdoctoral positions focused in the areas of polymer science, biomaterials, and colloid and interface science may be available (subject to funding, space and specialisation). Potential high-calibre applicants can email their resumes to Prof Frank Caruso.
Prospective postdoctoral fellows should consider applying for various suitable fellowships:
- All: Discovery Early Career Researcher Award (DECRA)
- EU residents: Marie Curie Fellowship
- UK residents: Royal Society Fellowships
- France: French-Australia Science Innovation Collaboration Grants
- Japan: JSPS Fellowships
- USA: National Science Foundation Fellowships
- Other: Endeavour Scheme
- Other: Human Frontier Science Fellowships