Western Sydney U in the market for research talent

The university announces $30m to fund 50 “research-focused” fellowships over five years  

The four-year positions are for early and mid-career researchers, have a 70/30 research/teaching split and are offered at either level B or C.  Applications are now open for 19.

The fellowships are part of WSU’s cross-disciplinary Strategic Research Initiative with the first positions for researchers in, * pest and plant sciences, *cultural policy and sustainability/globalisation, * neuromorphic systems, * brain behaviour and development, * health economics, chronic disease management and pharmacology, natural product chemistry * early education and child health and * children’s rights, participatory platforms and civic hacktivism for young people.


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