Call for Applications: Medical and Health Research Infrastructure Fund
The Department of Health invites applications from Western Australian medical and health researchers for infrastructure…
There is currently a vacancy for the role of female Community representative on the UNDA Human Research Ethics Committee (HREC).
For example; Teacher, Accountant,…
Professor Elizabeth Geelhoed is the Head of the WAHTN research enabling platform ‘Health Economics and Evaluation’.
Professor Geelhoed brings substantial expertise to the WAHTN…
The NHMRC has recently completed a major review of its grant programs.
This seminar will explore in detail the changes that have been made…
The WAHTN Clinical Trials and Data Management Centre are currently advertising for a Clinical Trials Project Coordinator through Curtin University.
Applications close 25 August…
iPREP is a novel program linking PhD students from all 5 WA universities to work in interdisciplinary teams on business projects.
Since 2015 the…
Professor John Challis, Executive Director of WAHTN has received the Lifetime Distinguished Service Award of the Society for Reproductive Investigation given to an individual…
The symposium will highlight capabilities across WAHTN partners and beyond in neuroscience, chemistry, regenerative medicine, perinatal health, bioengineering, proteomics and entrepreneurship.
It is supported…
L-R, Professor Alistair Forrest, Health Minister Roger Cook, Professor Christobel Saunders and Mr Peter Mansell
Generous funding from the Cancer Research Trust’s (CRT) Collaborative…
Identifying Grant Opportunities describes how to identify and select the right grant for a research project.
Moreover, it outlines how to understand eligibility criteria…
This is an excellent opportunity for medical graduates interested in enrolling in a PhD in mesothelioma research, to be supervised by Professor Anna Nowak.…
Nominations are now open for Research Australia’s Health and Medical Research Awards for you to nominate a person, team, organisation.
Award recipients can be…
The 2017 round of the Premier’s Science Fellowship Program will be in the medicine and health priority area related to human phenomics research.
WAHTN board member, Professor Peter Klinken has been recognised with the nation’s highest honour, Companion in the Order of Australia (AC) in the general…
On Monday 12th June, 2017, The Hon Ken Wyatt AM, MP formally announced that the WAHTN has received accreditation as an Advanced Health Research…