Curtin University and the Ear Science Institute Australia
A three year fully funded PhD scholarship is available for an outstanding candidate to conduct Health Economics research at the School of Public Health focusing on aspects of hearing. The PhD will consider the impact of hearing loss on social and economic outcomes, and will explore the value of different treatment modalities using a range of surveys. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to work on a range of activities, including survey design, data collection, data analysis and dissemination.
The PhD candidate will work jointly across the School of Public Health and the Ear Science Institute Australia, with the expectation that the candidate will share time between sites. The PhD will be supervised by experts in health economics and ear and hearing health science. The health economics aspect will be led by Associate Professor Richard Norman and Professor Suzanne Robinson from Curtin University. Professor Peter Friedland and Professor Rob Eikelboom at the Ear Science Institute Australia will lead the hearing aspects of the project.
For further details, please see https://scholarships.curtin.edu.au/scholarships/scholarship.cfm?id=3248.0
To apply for this job please visit the following URL: https://scholarships.curtin.edu.au/scholarships/scholarship.cfm?id=3248.0 →